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  • Have You Been Mistreated By The Canada Revenue Agency?

    Have you been treated badly by the CRA? Have CRA employees been rude to you? Have CRA employees treated you unfairly?  Have they bullied you? I am getting more and more clients coming to me with their “horror stories” about mistreatment at the hands of the CRA.  It seems to me that the problem is ge … Read more »

  • Should I Take Salary or Dividends?

    If you are self-employed or a professional or you own a business, you are probably already doing tax planning each year to minimize the tax you pay. Let’s see what is the best thing to do in British Columbia, Canada. Even though no changes were included in the February 11, 2014 Federal Budget or the … Read more »

  • Federal Court of Appeal Overturns Guindon Decision of Tax Court of Canada

    We previously wrote about the Tax Court of Canada decision released on October 2, 2012, Guindon v. R., 2012 TCC 287 (“Guindon”).  The Guindon decision had dramatic implications for any Canadians who were assessed third party penalties pursuant to section 163.2 of the Income Tax Act (the “Tax Act”).  … Read more »

  • Tax Court of Canada Finds That Third Party Penalties Are Criminal Sanctions

    On October 2, 2012 the Tax Court of Canada released its decision in Guindon v. R., 2012 TCC 287 (“Guindon”). This decision has dramatic implications for any Canadians who have been assessed third party penalties pursuant to section 163.2 of the Income Tax Act (the “Tax Act”). If you have been assess … Read more »

  • The Problem with Penalties

    The Canada Revenue Agency seems more and more willing to impose penalties for all sorts of perceived transgressions. We’ve talked about penalties in a previous blog post ( https://www.taxdisputehelp.ca/2011/10/fighting-the-imposition-of-gross-negligence-penalties ). One that seems to be a trap for t … Read more »