ACCA and CFA Institute sign memorandum of understanding
Accounting and finance professional association to work together on common areas of interest
Crowe Soberman to promote new, Crowe global rebranding, says Cukier
U.S.-based global network Crowe drops Horwath from name as international network rebrands as Crowe Global
David J. Rotfleisch
A world of difference between CRA civil and criminal tax audits
The Income Tax Act is clear on Canada Revenue Agency civil and criminal audits. But what happens when the goal of a CRA civil audit is to lay criminal charges?
Tax season is (finally!) over. How are Canadian accountants celebrating?
April 30th marked the end of another tax season of hard work and long hours for practitioners. Now it’s time to celebrate!
New roles for auditors, assurance in Blockchain ecosystem says CPA profession joint white paper
CPA Blockchain white paper refutes claims of redundancies in accounting
Why accounting engagement templates make dollars and sense for Canadian accountants
Efficiency, cost control driving popularity of third-party, integrated Caseware packages in public practice
New Deloitte Canada report stresses stakeholder role in financial reporting quality
A new report from the Deloitte Institute for Audit Innovation and Quality reinforces the need for all parties to contribute to quality financial reporting
Not So Fast: Federal Court Of Appeal Strongly Confirms Transactional Common Interest Privilege
Wendy Berman of Cassels Brock on how the Iggillis Holdings ruling and solicitor-cllient privilege
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