Tax Blog

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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?

Tax issues are some of the biggest sources of risk – and litigation – for practitioners. New resources can help you benchmark and improve how you manage tax risk within your practice.

Most of us want to be ethical, but the potential for rationalization and groupthink dwells in all of us. For tax practitioners, learning how to spot — and think through — ethical issues is essential.

The CRA’s Income Tax Audit Manual can be a big help to practitioners, but, at over 1,200 pages, it can overwhelm. CPA Canada’s new resource highlights some especially useful sections. Anything we’ve missed? Tell us.

To smooth the tax audit process, taxpayers can agree with the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) to waive their objection rights. But, before they do, taxpayers should fully understand what they’re giving up in return.

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