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Friday News Roundup July 10, 2020: Morneau fiscal update, Tax Court reopens, PEI AG spat, Nortel vs Huawei

Wrapping up the odds and ends in this week’s Canadian accounting news
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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
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CRA Operational Update: Ten Things You Need To Know

A CRA status update on tax controversy and dispute resolution from Stevan Novoselac and John Sorensen of Gowling WLG
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Tax Court update on getting back to business – top ten takeaways

An update on the reopening of the Tax Court of Canada, by Stevan Novoselac and John Sorensen of Gowling WLG
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The Tax Court Of Canada's new fast track settlement conference system, post the COVID-19 pandemic

Tax lawyer and accountant David Rotfleisch looks at the ramifications of trying to clear the Tax Court's backlog of cases
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Do Swiss banks owe your accounting clients money?

Clock is ticking for investors who held Swiss bank accounts to claim reimbursements of retrocessions deemed illegal
Thought Leaders

How to build a better Canada after COVID-19: Transform CERB into a basic annual income program

Most proposals for a basic annual income rest on a negative income tax, says Canadian economist Gregory C. Mason
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Income tax reassessment periods – proposed changes

Aasim Hirji and Christopher Ellett of Moodys Tax Law are concerned about Bill C-17, the Time Limits and Other Periods Act (COVID-19)
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Friday News Roundup June 26, 2020: Trump TN ban next?, Mindbridge, Deloitte, and MNP

Odds and ends in Canadian accounting stories from the past week
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A Canadian tax lawyer's perspective of tax audits of COVID-19 tax fraud claims

The government will be looking out for those attempting to abuse the system, says David Rotfleisch