E-commerce businesses now face PST registration in Saskatchewan
New rules part of a broader trend to tax digital platforms, say Nicolas Désy, Kassandra Grenier and Fred Purkey of McCarthy Tétrault
Taxpayer’s ombudsman report flags CRA service issues in Northern Canada
The CRA disputes allegations of Northern Canada service issues, in the first of a three-part series by business reporter Jeff Buckstein
Indirect tax opportunities in a precarious economic context
An overview of GST/HST and PST relief and opportunities under the current pandemic, from the Tax Group of the Montreal office of McCarthy Tétrault LLP
Planning to Maximize the Capital Dividend Account — Part II
Part two of a three-part series, "Tax Planning for the Non-Specialist Advisor: Unlocking Liquidity in Corporate Capital Losses," by Michael Goldberg of Minden Gross LLP
Planning to Maximize the Capital Dividend Account — Part I
Tax Planning for the Non-Specialist Advisor: Unlocking Liquidity in Corporate Capital Losses, is part one of a three-part series by Michael Goldberg of Minden Gross LLP
The CRA's national policy for saying sorry to taxpayers
There are clear issues with a CRA formal apology policy, says Canadian atax lawyer and accountant David J. Rotfleisch
That's a relief! CRA extends payment due dates again during COVID-19
Canada Revenue Agency announces further extension to payment due date for individual, corporate, and trust income tax returns
When does a CRA tax audit become a criminal tax investigation?
Canadian tax lawyer and accountant David J. Rotfleisch looks at the "Jarvis Standard" and the case of Softcom Solutions
The CRA's pursuit of real estate data goes south of the border
Lost tax revenue in the real estate sector has been a key issue for the CRA, say David Piccolo and Jessica Bishara of TaxChambers LLP in Toronto.
Tax fraud contrary to the Income Tax Act, the Excise Tax Act and the Criminal Code
Canadian tax lawyer and accountant David Rotfleisch looks at Regina V Reynolds
When can a Canadian taxpayer seek punitive damage from the CRA?
Tax lawyer and accountant David Rotfleisch looks at the Quebec Court of Appeal case of Ludmer c. Attorney General of Canada