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CPA Canada and others have called on Finance Canada to fix problems created by 2014 changes to the taxation of spousal and similar “life interest” trusts. In a recent letter, Finance lays out some options.

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Emerging technologies and an explosion of available data have led the audit profession to a turning point. As an auditor, you need to keep pace with this technology and leverage it to deliver a more insightful audit.

Tax preparers across Canada are getting reminders from the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) about their obligations to efile the personal tax returns they prepare. It’s all part of the CRA’s strategy to boost compliance.

This survey shows that leading companies are reimagining operations, aligning more effectively with business strategy and working across functional lines to build experiences for their customers. These companies are more confident about their future prospects.

The Supreme Court case about third-party penalties for tax fraud (Guindon) highlights important ethical concerns for tax advisors. Find out why CPA Canada felt compelled to intervene.

Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) staff has scope to exercise discretion on some minor administrative matters, but they don’t always use it. We’re alerting you to a recent situation in case you’ve had a similar experience.

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