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What CRA Tax Appeal Is All About

The CRA will do the best they can to get the tax assessment they present right, but there will be occasions when this is not the case and the bill you receive is much higher than it should be. As soon as you become aware that this has happened you should contact the CRA and » Read More

Going About a CRA Tax Objection

If you have been contacted and told that you are going to be reassessed on the tax returns you have filed, you still have the right to defend your claims if you are not in agreement to what CRA is reassessing. If you do this it will not be a short process, as it can » Read More

When to File A CRA Tax Appeal

If you receive a tax bill that you disagree with there maybe ways for the tax to be reduced. The CRA will present you with a bill in line with the Income Tax Act and will do all they can to collect the money they believe you owe. A lot of the time when there » 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

FILING CRA TAX OBJECTION

If you receive a notice from CRA tax and not ready to accept it, you may file Tax objection. You can either do it by yourself or can contact with an expert tax accountant to have them checked or reassessed. How to File Tax Objection It is fact that people most often do not have any » Read More

Filing the CRA Notice of Objection

When you receive a Notice of Assessment from CRA and do not agree with few things in it, you may take a decision to file a CRA Notice of Objection. You can fill out your forms and send it either through your tax accountant or electronically, by using the CRA Response Program which could be found » 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