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A number of months ago my business partner and tax expert, Fraser Simpson was featured in an article originally that ran in Money Sense and was picked up by Maclean’s. This article has been extremely helpful to those who have read it, so we thought...

All sources from the Canada Revenue Agency Website, or third-party articles regarding personal experience with the CRA and job analyses. All sources/links are linked in the report for easy access. Any missing information is due to a lack of public access, such as with administrative...

In 2014, a Forbes published article stated about 7 million U.S. taxpayers failed to file income tax returns each year, while 146 million did file. Yearly, approximately 5% of the population fail to meet their tax obligations to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). The IRS...

The psychology of why people don’t file their taxes is a complex, often stress-filled, issue. Reasons often come with strong negative emotions. One year of unfiled taxes with the CRA, can turn into two, then three, and before you know it even 10 years.  Serious...

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Did you get a bonus? The Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) did for $35,000. Five things you can do right now to get YOUR bonus.   CRA's top executives pocketed an average of $35,000 in performance pay for 2017! Ever try to call the CRA? Performance is not...

A payment arrangement is an agreement you make with the CRA. It allows you to make smaller payments over time until you have paid your entire debt including applicable interest. Before you make a payment arrangement, you may need to show that you have tried to...

Understanding a CRA Notice of Assessment You will receive a Notice of Assessment when the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) receives and processes your tax return (or if the CRA files your return for you-called a notional assessment or arbitrary assessment). The information listed on the Notice of...

Understanding a CRA Notice of Assessment You will receive a Notice of Assessment when the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) receives and processes your tax return (or if the CRA files your return for you-called a notional assessment or arbitrary assessment). The information listed on the Notice of...

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