Taxation

Profession

Tax Court of Canada presents summer reopening pandemic scenarios

Chief Justice Eugene Rossiter lays out plans, procedures for summer hearings
Profession

Accounting Principles: Part I

Vern Krishna of TaxChambers LLP explains the language of the world of finance and taxation in part one of a series
Practice

IRS may require snowbirds stuck in the US to file tax returns

Snowbirds caught in the US due to COVID-19 may face tax issues, says Gabriel Castillo
Practice

Message to Canadian owners of US rental properties: The IRS is going to be in your neighbourhood

The IRS will roll out a new enforcement campaign later this year
Thought Leaders

Paying for the pandemic: Why the government’s massive coronavirus spending may not lead to higher taxes

Will pandemic debt require raising taxes and spending cuts in the future?
Thought Leaders

CRA Audit Activity: The Calm Before The Storm?

Trump's tax cuts and deficit spending will increase CRA's vigorous audit activities
Business

Editorial: Canada should zero-rate PPE for GST/HST purposes

The COVID-19 pandemic has taught us PPE is essential and should be zero-rated, says Cyndee Todgham Cherniak of LexSage
Practice

Equity, deadline and when CRA is at fault

A Canadian tax lawyer analysis of Dutka v. The Queen
Business

Loblaw wins appeal of $368 million Tax Court of Canada case

Decision benefits shareholders, pleases Loblaw, angers tax fairness advocates
Practice

Tax disputes and tax filing and payment relief efforts in the age of COVID-19

Joseph A. Gill of McKercher LLP reviews changes to tax deadlines
Global

Transfer pricing & APA considerations during an economic disruption

Mark Kirkey of Gowling WLG on transfer pricing in the new economic reality
Profession

Suing the Canada Revenue Agency for negligence

Upper level costs awarded to CRA in lengthy accounting case over SR&ED credits