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  • Protect Your Business From Occupational Fraud

    By on January 17, 2019

    Know the red flags of occupational fraud to protect your business Source: CPA Canada Author: Daphne Gordon Employee misconduct is a challenge for small businesses. Do you know how to detect cons on the inside? Small businesses in Canada are disproportionately affected by fraud committed by their own employees, according to a survey of certified fraud examiners. The Canadian edition of Report...

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  • CRA merging Online Mail and Account Alerts Service

    By on January 15, 2019

    The CRA is merging the Online mail and Account alerts services Source: Canada Revenue Agency The CRA is merging the Online mail and Account alerts services to create an improved email notification service for Canadians. Beginning January 3rd, 2019, the CRA will email users to inform them of this change. Go to protect yourself against fraud for help identifying fraudulent emails....

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  • CRA’s new weapons against tax evasion

    By on January 11, 2019

    CRA deploys new weapons against tax evasion: Freezing assets, seizing property Source: CBC News Author: Elizabeth Thompson The Canada Revenue Agency is using a new tool in its battle against tax evasion — one that experts say could radically change the way it pursues tax cheats. For the first time, the agency has used proceeds-of-crime provisions in the law to...

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  • 16 Call Centres Linked to CRA Scams Busted

    By on January 9, 2019

    Another 16 call centres linked to CRA scam busted in India: RCMP Source: Global News The RCMP says an additional 16 call centres linked to the Canada Revenue Agencyphone scam have been dismantled by Indian authorities. Police said the call centres involved are believed to be among those behind the threatening phone messages commonly received by Canadians. The callers pose as CRA agents...

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  • Imagination versus the reality of government

    By on January 7, 2019

    Imagination versus the reality of government Source: The Fraser Institute  Authors: Jason Clemens, Niels Veldhuis There’s a gap, some might say a chasm, between what advocates for new and expanded government programs imagine the government is able to achieve versus the day-to-day reality of government. Recent Canadian history provides no shortage of examples of ambitious imaginative initiatives for government. The current federal...

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  • CFIB concerned by 2019 small business tax hits

    By on January 3, 2019

    CFIB concerned by potential tax hits to small businesses in 2019 Source: BNN Bloomberg  The Canadian Federation of Independent Business is expressing concerns over the potential hit to small businesses in 2019 from a rising tax burden. For more on this, BNN Bloomberg spoke with Corinne Pohlmann, senior vice president of national affairs, Canadian Federation of Independent Business.

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  • Liberals taking omnibus legislation to new extreme

    By on December 17, 2018

    Liberals taking use of omnibus legislation to new extreme with release of budget bill, opposition says Source: The Globe and Mail Author: Bill Curry The Liberal government is taking the controversial use of omnibus legislation to a new extreme with this week’s release of an 850-page budget bill, the opposition said Wednesday in asking the Speaker of the House of...

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  • [Podcast] Finally it Pays to be Unreasonable to your Spouse

    By on December 13, 2018

    Tax Episode 018 – Finally it Pays to be Unreasonable to your Spouse Source: PodBeam Author: Brainstorming (+ tax) Are you concerned about the Tax On Split Income affecting your family’s taxes? Then you are going to want to listen to this brainstorming episode on being unreasonable on purpose!

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  • CRA tracking alcohol sales to nail tax dodging bars and restaurants

    By on December 12, 2018

    The CRA is tracking alcohol sales to nail tax dodging bars and restaurants Source: CBC News Author: Zach Dubinsky Look out, bar and restaurant owners: The taxman is quietly tracking how much alcohol you buy. The Canada Revenue Agency says the data on beer, wine and liquor purchases helps it clamp down on tax dodging in a sector it claims is ripe for...

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  • Statistics Canada to collect banking info of 500,000 Canadians

    By on December 11, 2018

    Trudeau defends Statistics Canada move to collect banking info of 500,000 Canadians Source: Global News Author: Andrew Russell Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is defending a decision by Statistics Canada to compel banks and financial institutions to release the personal transaction data of 500,000 people without their consent. Conservative House Leader Candice Bergen grilled Trudeau during question period Monday following a report...

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