Taxation

Practice

"Not Authentic" CERS claims result in jeopardy order

A recent Federal Court decision shows the benefits of a submission letter in CRA jeopardy cases
Practice

Expert witness perils in SR&ED appeals

Stevan Novoselac of Gowling WLG on practical considerations for resolving SR&ED appeals, in light of a recent decision by the Federal Court of Appeal
Practice

Tax pipeline planning: A Canadian tax lawyer's guide and case study

A pipeline plan is a tool used to avoid paying tax on dividends to pay tax on capital gains explains David J Rotfleisch
Profession

Sunday News Roundup 22.07.24: Tech taxes, Portapique, CPA seller’s market, and more Canadian accounting news

Wrapping up the odds and ends from the past week in Canadian accounting news
Profession

Sunday News Roundup 22.07.17: Cheating, acquisitions, software and more Canadian accounting news 

Wrapping up the odds and ends from the past week in Canadian accounting news
Practice

GST/HST input tax credit claims: Does the supporting documentation need to be issued by the supplier?

Jean-Guillaume Shooner of Stikeman Elliott on a recent decision by the Tax Court of Canada that recognizes the benefits of electronic record-keeping
Profession

FCA overturns Tax Court's decision because the CRA's evidence was about the taxpayer’s spouse

Canadian accountant and tax lawyer David J. Rotfleisch on the Khanna v The Queen decision by the Federal Court of Appeal, which overturned a Tax Court ruling
Profession

Sunday News Roundup 22.07.10: Rogers outage, Paletta FCA tax case and more Canadian accounting news 

Wrapping up the odds and ends from the past week in Canadian accounting news
Profession

The Queen v Paletta – The legal test for business income

Tax lawyer and accountant David J. Rotfleisch on the CRA's successful appeal of a Tax Court of Canada ruling regarding foreign currency trading
Thought Leaders

Corporation tax: Why plans to set a global rate are too complicated and need a new approach

The multilateral plan for a global minimum corporate tax is too complex to work. The OECD should adopt minilateralism instead
Profession

Sunday News Roundup 22.07.03: Recission, recession, ethics cheating and more Canadian accounting news

Wrapping up the odds and ends from the past week in Canadian accounting news
Practice

Canada's top court decides against equitable rescission in Collins Family Trust

Supreme Court decision marks loss of important remedy against unjust and onerous taxation, say tax law experts from Davies Ward Phillips & Vineberg LLP