Profession

Practice

The CRA responds to Canadian Accountant over NOAs

We get a response to the complaints of practitioners over notice of assessments
Bridget Noonan

The new review engagement standard

What does the new review engagement standard mean to your firm and clients? Like any good question in the accounting profession, the answer is "it depends"
Al Rosen

IFRS: Are we selling out our future?

Canadian accounting is moving further away from the needs of investors and creditors. IFRS, in particular, carries deep risks for the credibility of accountants and our future place in society. A time for reflection is long overdue, says columnist Al Rosen
Practice

Outlier: Bridgman & Durksen Chartered Accountants

How one small Ontario firm beat the odds and placed two students on the CFE National Honour Roll
David J. Rotfleisch

The CRA & KPMG: Far from a sweetheart deal

In my tax practice I deal with voluntary disclosure files on a daily basis and I have submitted well over a thousand such files over the years. The deal offered to KPMG's clients is the deal I would have expected had I acted for them