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Contrary to some views, the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) welcomes and stands behind notices of objection filed electronically. But objections can be rejected on other grounds. Find out some of the most common reasons.

From the totally personal to the all-business, CPA Canada’s Bruce Ball walks us through the most significant tax changes of the year.

Bruce Ball, CPA Canada’s new vice-president, Taxation, looks back at accountants’ 100 years of contributions to Canada’s tax system and discusses his plans for continuing this work into the next century.

From the collaboration agreement with the Canada Revenue Agency to recent Serving You Better consultations, retiring vice–president, Taxation, Gabe Hayos, reflects on the power of collaboration to promote positive change in Canada’s tax system.

For several years, tax practitioners have urged the CRA to streamline its verification processes, for example, by reducing apparently excessive information requests and allowing enough time to respond. Tell us: have things improved?

The Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) is answering the Auditor General of Canada’s call to improve the income tax objections process. Find out what tax practitioners can do to ease the burden.

The Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) is surveying taxpayers and their representatives about their experience with the CRA’s audit processes to identify opportunities for improvement. Learn how you can have your say.

Wouldn’t it be great for your small business if you knew that you were doing things right before you filed your taxes? With the Canada Revenue Agency’s Liaison Officer Initiative, you can.

Although the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA)’s latest consultations on taxpayer services have ended, the CRA says it’s always open to ideas. Here’s what CPA Canada is recommending. What would you add?

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