Protect your organization from the repercussions of having ineligible individuals on the board or influencing the organization

Amendments to the Income Tax Act allow the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) to revoke the registration of a registered charity should an individual defined as ineligible have sufficient control over the charity. Learn how the CRA defines ineligible individuals and what you can do to help your organization avoid this problem.

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The new "ineligible individual" provisions: Considerations for directors of registered charities and Registered Canadian Amateur Athletic Associations explains the power the Income Tax Act gives the CRA with regards to ineligible individuals.

Learn about:

  • steps you can take to ensure all directors and senior managers exercise due diligence in this area
  • questions to ask to ensure none of your organization’s directors or senior managers could be deemed ineligible


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