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As the world’s economy gets ever more digital, governments worry that outdated international tax rules are leading to lost tax revenues. Learn how CPA Canada is contributing to the global project tackling these concerns.

The Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) plans to limit fees for preparing disability tax credit (DTC) claims, but CPA Canada believes its proposals go too far. Find out our suggested solution for meeting the CRA’s goal.

The federal government is consulting on how to cap employee stock option benefits. Find out how the draft legislation echoes advice from CPA Canada and the Canadian Bar Association on this Budget 2019 measure.

Uncertainty over the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA)’s policy on tax reporting for payments for business-to-business services is raising concerns for our members. Find out what policy is in place — at least for now.

Last fall, the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) asked small and medium businesses and their accountants how the CRA’s services could improve. Find out CPA Canada’s ideas on how the CRA might serve you better.

Many practitioners are surprised when tax auditors ask for banking records from business owners and their families. Find out the reasons behind these requests and how you can make small business audits proceed more efficiently.

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