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Chartered Professional Accountants of Canada (CPA Canada) is working with CRA and a stakeholder group to find ways to simplify the reporting, ease compliance, and streamline CRA’s administration.

As Canada Revenue Agency continues its consultations toward a system of tax preparer registration in Canada, the U.S. Internal Revenue Service (IRS) continues to deal with fall-out from a court challenge regarding its tax preparer registration requirements.

Professional accountants who practice tax often provide tax advisory services that are indistinguishable from lawyers' tax services. But under common law in Canada, only communications with lawyers are protected as privileged in specified circumstances.

Canada’s foreign property disclosure rules aim to prevent tax evasion by ensuring taxpayers report to Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) all their foreign investment property with a cost over $100,000, either individually or collectively.

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