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Corporate Tax Planning

Uber Canada Reaches Settlement with the CRA in Sales-Tax Dispute

Earlier this year we blogged about a notice of appeal filed by Uber Canada Inc., the Canadian arm of Uber Technologies Inc., in which the company asked the Tax Court of Canada to vacate reassessments made against it by the CRA. Now, Uber Canada Inc. says that it has resolved their “administrative issue” with the CRA, consenting to a judgment on a without costs basis which would permit the company… Read More

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Corporate Tax Planning

Canada’s Biggest Loyalty Points Company Facing Significant Tax Reassessment

A Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) audit of Montreal based Aimia Inc. (Aimia) has concluded. Aimia, which is responsible for customer loyalty programs worldwide, may now be facing a large tax bill. Aimia – An Overview Aimia Inc. which describes itself as a “global data-driven marketing and loyalty analytics company” providing “clients with the customer insights they need to make smarter business decisions” and also “partner[ing] with companies to help generate, collect and… Read More


Personal Tax Planning

Government to Review “Abnormal” Number of Tax Audits of Taxpayers in Northern Canada

CBC News reported this week that Northerners living in Nunavut have been overly reassessed (i.e. audited) on their income taxes. National Revenue Minister Diane Lebouthillier visited Iqaluit in April to meet with territorial and business leaders. A prominent topic of discussion during the meetings was the number of Nunavut residents (Nunavummiut) who are reassessed on an annual basis. Since then, Lebouthillier has promised to take a closer look at this matter and… Read More