Vern Krishna of TaxChambers LLP discusses the Taxpayer Bill of Rights and the principal steps to resolving income tax disputes with the Canada Revenue Agency in this featured article for The Lawyers...


In a recent case from the Tax Court of Canada in Reynolds v The Queen 2013 TCC 288, the Court provided a simple reminder that determining the deadlines to file...


Objection Rules May Change

Posted By: David M. Piccolo on November 25, 2010 at 10:02:10 in All , News

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Objection Rules May Change In an article published in the November 23, 2010 edition of the Toronto Star, Finance Minister Jim Flaherty pledged to widen the ability of a taxpayer to...


Ombudsman Wants Explanations

Posted By: David M. Piccolo on November 5, 2010 at 10:00:46 in All , News

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Ombudsman Wants Explanations The Taxpayer’s Ombudsman recently released a report entitled “The Right To Know” in which he condemned the CRA’s practice of not always fully explaining the decisions of the...


Content of Tax Appeals

Posted By: David M. Piccolo on March 15, 2010 at 9:27:27 in All , Case Comments

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Content of Tax Appeals In an interesting article on March 13, 2010, Jamie Golombek wrote about a recent decision in the Tax Court of Canada. The issue before the Tax Court...


Deadlines to Appeal Tax Matters

Posted By: David M. Piccolo on February 23, 2010 at 9:24:27 in All , News

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Deadlines to Appeal Tax Matters The appeal process for income tax and GST matters begin with a notice of objection. A notice of objection filed by a taxpayer states that...

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