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CPA Canada appears before two parliamentary committees to deliver remarks about the private corporation tax changes contained in the federal government’s Budget Implementation Act.

From being named IFAC chief to taking to the ice as an NHL goalie, here are some accountants who have made the news.

With $2.2 billion in estimated taxes at stake, closing arguments were recently concluded in a tax case that could reshape Canada’s transfer pricing landscape. An update from Richter LLP, featured in BNA International, explains.

Canada's CFO of the Year Award is given annually to an individual who has made an outstanding contribution to business in Canada through vision and leadership, corporate reporting and performance, social responsibility, innovation, and business complexity.

Thinking about volunteering for a CPA Canada tax committee or joining the In-Depth Tax Course faculty? Discover how to build your credentials, give back to our profession, and learn and grow, personally and professionally.

We’ve listened to your feedback and created a better experience for you, starting with the launch of our new magazine and online news section.

Cryptocurrencies and new technologies like blockchain are shaping the future of business, finance and tax in Canada. But what does it mean for CPAs?

The right skills and an innovative outlook can improve outcomes in public sector financial management and reporting. Explore our latest professional development options for financial leaders who work with PSAB standards.

It’s getting harder for taxpayers to get relief from penalties and interest for GST/HST errors or non-compliance. Learn about how the Canada Revenue Agency’s Voluntary Disclosure Program has changed and other important GST/HST updates.

CPA Canada is actively working to determine the full implications of the Supreme Court of Canada’s recent decision in the Livent case.

CPA Canada’s first Tax Faculty and Volunteer Appreciation event honoured tutors, volunteers and students for their outstanding contributions to the Canadian tax system. We spoke to a few award winners about their recognition.

From June to July 2017, provincial accounting bodies and CPA Canada conducted a compensation survey of Canadian Professional Accountants (CPAs). Learn about the results.

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