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Personal Tax Planning

Canada Revenue Agency Resumes Some Activities

Parts of Canada are slowly starting to return to normal. While much of the country is still grappling with the impact of COVID-19, courts and businesses have started to re-open. Similarly, the Canada Revenue Agency, which had largely ceased activities related to collections, audits, and appeals, has started to resume operations. This week we’d like to provide our readers with a summary of what activities have resumed and which are still… Read More

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Corporate Tax Planning

Company Director Escapes Tax Liability After Resigning

Being the director of a company might seem glamorous on the outside, but the role comes with a great deal of responsibility, including personal tax liability should the company find itself unable to comply with its tax obligations. A recent decision from the Tax Court of Canada looks at what is needed for a director to resign and avoid liability for a company’s tax debt. The debt The appellant was the… Read More