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Tax Court of Canada Sides with Resigning Director in Contentious Directors’ Liability Case on the Basis of Indirect and Verbal Evidence

Canada - August 24 2022 Corporate directors who resign from their positions without providing adequate written evidence of that resignation to the corporation and its…

John Agioritis, Nicholas Horlick

Federal Government Proposes to Give CRA More Time to Reassess Taxpayers

Canada - July 8 2020 On May 19, 2020, the federal government released draft legislation, the Time Limits and Other Periods Act (COVID-19) (the "Time Limits Act".) The…

Nicholas Horlick

Can Home Office Expenses Be Deducted If You’re Working From Home During COVID-19?

Canada - June 1 2020 Employees working from home during the COVID-19 pandemic may be wondering whether additional costs they incur during this time will be deductible for…

Nicholas Horlick

Tax Dispute Resolution During COVID-19 - CRA and Tax Court Responses

Canada - April 29 2020 In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Canada Revenue Agency (“CRA”) has suspended some of its activities and modified others. The Tax Court of Canada…

John Agioritis, Nicholas Horlick, SCOTT TALLON

Tips and Traps for Taxpayers in Dealing with CRA Auditors

Canada - October 23 2018 The Canada Revenue Agency (“CRA”) conducts audits on numerous taxpayers every year. Navigating one of these audits can be a challenging task, but…

Marek Coutu, Erin Moch