Risk and effectiveness: Updated Tax Practice Manual presents best practices

CPA Canada’s Tax Practice Manual is your essential guide to building and maintaining a successful tax practice in Canada today.

Chartered Professional Accountants of Canada (CPA Canada)’s Tax Practice Manual, revised second edition, delivers important information associated with operating a tax practice and is designed to help tax practitioners minimize risk and improve efficiencies.

Written by Nancy J. Bullis and Brian J. Wilson, the manual contains 22 comprehensive chapters of straightforward commentary, practical guidance and practice aids. It includes:

  • relevant references to the Income Tax Act and Regulations
  • an overview of the key requirements
  • links to Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) administrative policy, forms and other documents
  • electronic access to over 20 Practice Aids (in Word or PDF format)

About the Author

Gabe Hayos, FCPA, FCA, ICD.D

Vice-president, Taxation, CPA Canada


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