Canada Revenue Agency: Solicitor-Client Privilege For Commonly Interested Parties
Solicitor-Client privilege bars the CRA from compelling legal-advice documents when a taxpayer discloses to a party with a common interest, says tax lawyer David J. Rotfleisch
CRA Tax Fraud Blotter: Paradigm Tax Deniers, GST/HST Direct Deposits
Recent news from the Canada Revenue Agency on tax fraud and evasion convictions
Suing the CRA: Samaroo v. Canada Revenue Agency, 2018
Despite the odd bad apple, CRA professionals must be concerned about the Samaroo case, says John Grant of Miller Thomson
David J. Rotfleisch
Canada Revenue Agency farcical in treatment of taxpayers
David Rotfleisch on CRA behaviour, from malicious prosecution to the dead parrot voluntary disclosures program
The Samaroo Case: CRA slapped for malicious prosecution by BC Supreme Court
It's not unusual for immigrants to avoid banks, even stashing $100 bills. The onus was on the CRA to prove its case. It failed.
CRA claims service improvements as tax season begins Monday
Vast majority of Canadians now filing online as CRA improves online service. Check with provincial associations for opportunities to volunteer in preparing tax returns for low income, senior Canadians
David J. Rotfleisch
How effective is the CRA at closing Canada’s tax gap?
How good is the Canada Revenue Agency at closing the tax gap? We’ll find out this year from the Parliamentary Budget Office if the CRA has indulged in PR spin.
Canada Revenue Agency raids three companies in connection to Panama Papers
Early morning raids conducted in connection to Panamanian law firm Mossack Fonseca, two years after data leak
Surprise! Canada Revenue Agency set to release tax gap data this month
Trudeau surprise announcement met with cautious optimism, concern by Canadian tax experts
CPA with Type 1 diabetes pleased with CRA disability tax credit reversal
Everett Colby of Colby McGeachy Professional Corporation explains the real cost of diabetes