Tax resources for CPAs

Acting in the interest of the public, CPA Canada’s tax group influences the development of an equitable, effective and efficient tax system in Canada. Check here for up-to-date tax tips, news and resources.

CPA Canada’s tax group is dedicated to delivering practical information and fresh perspectives on tax to our members and the broader tax community. Here is where you’ll find all things tax-related.


You've filed your tax return, but you forgot something. Now what?
Forgot to claim a deduction/credit or report income? No need to worry. Here's what to do. 

T1 adjustments and voluntary disclosures (VDP): what's the difference?
If you haven't filed a return for a few years, you'll likely want to go for the VDP program. Here's how it works.

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Beneficial ownership rules: Start preparing now
New rules call on companies to maintain a register of beneficial owners, but determining what to record is complicated. Find out what CPAs need to know before the June 13, 2019 effective date.

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T1 e-Service enhancements and e-Service modernization updates (On-demand webinar)
Learn about service enhancements and changes for the T1 filing season and hear an update on CRA deliverables and their impact on CPAs.


International trends in tax reform (Free report)
Many of Canada’s international peers have undertaken comprehensive reforms or full-scale reviews of their tax systems. Canada has yet to join in with a comprehensive review. As a result, there are implications for Canada’s competitiveness.

Canada’s tax system: What’s so wrong and why it matters (Free report)
Canada’s tax system is mired in the past and falling short of delivering a competitive environment and a fair society. It needs an overhaul so that Canada’s businesses and people can prosper and compete internationally.


There are nine tax committees devoted to developing sound tax policies and administrative practices for Canadian and Canadian businesses. View the full list.


Through the Joint Committee on Taxation, CPA Canada collaborates with the Canadian Bar Association (CBA) to offer the federal government input on tax laws. View the full list of submissions.