Profession

Business

Editorial: Why Canadian accountants are furious with Bill Morneau and the Liberals

That boiling sound you hear is what you get when you toss in a few common complaints and turn up the heat
Business

Morneau tax talk ends. What will the Liberals do next?

The 75-day consultation period is over. How will Finance Minister Bill Morneau change his tax proposals?
Profession

Terry LeBlanc, FCPA, FCGA, named chair, board of directors, CPA Canada

Amanda Whitewood, FCPA, FCMA, named vice-chair, Chartered Professional Accountants of Canada
Technology

Experts differ on damage to Deloitte brand by email cyberattack

No Canadian clients impacted by email hack says Deloitte Canada
Bridget Noonan

It’s time for Canadian accountants to start your CSRE 2400 transition

Canadian Accountant columnist Bridget Noonan of Clearline Consulting says now's the time to prepare for CSRE 2400.
Al Rosen

Abusing income is self-destructive to the accounting profession

Columnist Al Rosen says loose definitions of income could ultimately be destructive to the accounting profession
Taxation

Rules of the Game: Michael Wolfson on income inequality, incorporation and tax avoidance

The economist at the centre of the Morneau tax firestorm talks to Canadian Accountant
Taxation

The economics professor at the centre of the Ottawa tax firestorm

As Justin Trudeau defends Morneau tax proposals in Question Period, Michael Wolfson shares his opinions with Canadian Accountant
David J. Rotfleisch

Morneau tax amendments an assault on entrepreneurs

Canadian Accountant columnist David J. Rotfleisch says Bill Morneau's tax proposals hurts small business owners
David J. Rotfleisch

Feeling Lucky? CRA tax evasion convictions on downward trend

The Canada Revenue Agency has released its latest audit statistics. Tax lawyer David J. Rotfleisch says they won’t encourage voluntary disclosure
Academia

How CPAs can fight phishing fraud

What can practice and management CPAs learn from the MacEwan University cybercrime?
Al Rosen

Does Canadian accounting suffer from groupthink?

Al Rosen says today's accounting profession simply spouts the party line