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CRA moves forward with international audits despite continued backlog

Despite the current pandemic, Canada continues to combat international tax evasion, reports Elizabeth Egberts and Laurie Goldbach of BLG
Partner Posts

It’s time to set the bar higher for year-end and tax

Public Accountant Helina Patience on setting your practice up for success
Thought Leaders

A brief history on the unpleasant subject of taxes

The story of income tax is rooted in war, explains Vern Krishna, FCGA, FCPA, CM, QC of TaxChambers LLP in Toronto
Thought Leaders

Financial professions must pivot to stave off technological extinction

Turning CPAs into data scientists may not be realistic, says Erica Pimentel, CPA, CA
Profession

Friday News Roundup 21.01.22: Warrior Accountants, depressed Canadians, female entrepreneurs and more

Wrapping up the odds and ends in this week’s Canadian accounting news
Practice

Are you ready for your CEWS audit?

Anu Nijhawan, Martin Sorensen, and Hennadiy Kutsenko of Bennett Jones LLP on preparing for a CRA CEWS audit
Business

Annual reports should inform society — not only those with a financial interest

Climate accounting standards an example of societal impact, explains Financial Accounting Professor Alan Jagolinzer
Profession

From Lysyk to Ford: An accountant’s constructive criticism on COVID-19

The Auditor General’s report gave Ford both positive and negative feedback
Practice

Tax search warrants per Income Tax Act

In certain circumstances, solicitor-client privilege may be available for accountant-client correspondence
Profession

Why Bonnie Lysyk was right to criticize Doug Ford

The Auditor General of Ontario has a broad mandate to exercise judgment. That includes reporting on the province's pandemic response