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The CRA Notice Of Objection – How To Go About It?

Canadians have a right to file a notice of objection if they think that the CRA has misinterpreted the law or facts. They can rightfully object to things like Canada child tax benefits, GST/HST credit, income tax evaluations or re-evaluations and disability tax credit among other things.  A notice of objection marks the beginning in » Read More

The Process of Filing a Notice of Objection

When the taxpayers have dispute with the CRA and they want the issues to be resolved, they can file the Notice of Objection to the CRA. CRA can get suspicious if there are an exceptionally high cases of deductions for specific expenses. These deductions of one kind or another may lead to an audit or » Read More

Building up a Case for CRA Notice of Objection

When a taxpayer disagrees with the Notice of assessment sent by the CRA, he or she will have the right to contest on such an assessment to the authorities through a CRA Notice of Objection and if that is also denied, then he can put his case up before the administrative courts by means of » Read More