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Litigation

The CRA and Tax Court During COVID-19

The current health crisis related to the spread of the coronavirus has created challenges and delays in a number of areas, at the height of the tax season in both Canada and the U.S. Many Canadians are left unsure of their obligations with respect to filing taxes in Canada, and when those filings will be assessed. Further, those facing scrutiny of current and past tax filings are no doubt wondering how these delays will impact… Read More

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Personal Tax Planning

Changes To Tax Deadlines As A Result Of COVID-19

The arrival of COVID-19 has upended the lives of all Canadians, interrupting not only employment and health care but also other institutions that allow Canada to function on a day-to-day basis. The Canada Revenue Agency is no exception to this. We’d like to take a moment to share what changes have already been announced in regard to this year’s tax season in response to the challenges currently being faced by all Canadians as a result… Read More

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Corporate Tax Planning

A Tale of Three Cars

A requirement to use your own car at work can allow for associated expenses to be claimed on your income tax returns. However, not everyone is entitled to such claims (for example, you can’t make a claim if an employer already reimburses you), and it is critical to keep detailed records, especially if more than one vehicle is used for work. A recent decision from the Tax Court of Canada highlights… Read More