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Unreported PayPal Business Income

 

Recent news alerted all Canadian online business owners that their PayPal Business Accounts will be handed over to the CRA. This will have serious tax consequences if they have Unreported PayPal Business Income. This news is a result of the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) moving forward to aggressively address non-compliance specifically unreported income or underground economy.

This news sparked wide spread of panic and fear amongst previous calm and orderly online Canadian business community. The reasons are obvious:

The disclosed files could allow the CRA to identify people who have Unreported PayPal Business Income meaning that had business income from PayPal that were either never reported or under-reported. Further more,  for those online businesses with more than $30,000 in business revenue over 12 months, which means they should be registered to collect and remit the GST/HST.

This disclosure also may identify people or corporations who owe corporate or personal income taxes. If caught Unreported PayPal Business Income, they will have to pay the tax, plus penalties and interest. If the tax avoidance is deliberate, it could be considered tax evasion and result in a criminal charge.

 

Unreported PayPal Business Income 911

 

Unreported income with Unreported PayPal Business Income is regarded as tax evasion which can result in a range of civil or criminal penalties. Do not allow this mistake to become a crime that cannot be retracted, act now before CRA sends you a notice!

You need to quickly come to us before CRA initiates any action against you for Unreported PayPal Business Income.  As soon as CRA initiates the contact, then it is too late. It could be one letter in the mail, one phone call, one personal visit, etc.

The CRA can initiate criminal charges against individuals and businesses that are suspected to intentionally evade taxes for their Unreported PayPal Business Income. A conviction in such cases usually results in a fine of up to two hundred percent of the tax evaded or imprisonment of up to five years.

If you have done similar maneuver in your taxes with Unreported PayPal Business Income, then you need to seek independent and professional advice from reputable tax firm that specialized in tax crisis relief!

If you have Unreported PayPal Business Income, then you cannot afford to wait any longer! Do something to resolve your tax problems TODAY!

We have helped clients in reducing their tax damage and negotiated excellent settlement for them. Do you need protection services for Unreported PayPal Business Income outside Canada? We have helped Canadians from all over the world to repair the damage caused by their Canadian tax problems.

Our initial consultation is FREE and CONFIDENTIAL. You will get comprehensive analysis of your tax problems and recommended solutions in the first meeting. Then you can decide what to do from there.

CRA Tax Penalties to Individuals and Businesses

Late-filing tax penalties for individuals, self-employed and corporations

If you or your corporation owe tax and do not file your return on time, CRA will charge a late-filing tax penalties. The tax penalties are 5% of your balance owing, plus 1% of your balance owing for each full month that your return is late, to a maximum of 12 months, or the total of 17% tax penalties.

If CRA charged a late-filing tax penalties for any of your preceding three years, your current late-filing penalties will be 10% of your current year balance owing, plus 2% of your current year balance owing for each full month that your return is late, to a maximum of 20 months or the total tax penalties of 50%.

Repeated failure to report income penalty

If you fail to report an amount on your personal or business return in any year and you also failed to report an amount on your return for any of the preceding three years, you may have to pay a federal and provincial/territorial repeated failure to report income penalty.

The federal and provincial/territorial tax penalties are each 10% (or combined 20%) of the amount that you failed to report for repeat failure of reporting income.

False statements or omissions penalty

You may have to pay a penalty if CRA believes that you, knowingly or under circumstances amounting to gross negligence, have made a false statement or omission.

The tax penalties are 50% of the understatement of tax and/or the overstatement of credits related to the false statement or omission.

Late Filing Tax Penalties: Consequences of Not Filing Past-Due Returns

If you fail to file a tax return, the CRA has the ability to paralyze you financially by charge you big tax penalties and interests. CRA often use aggressive legal actions to collect the tax debts. Those legal actions Include bank freeze, income garnishment, etc.

Over the last several years, the CRA has improved its database of income transactions and increased its ability to identify people who have not filed taxes. If you have unfiled returns, you rise to the top of the list of people the CRA wants to target to collect revenue.

But if you wait for the CRA to find you, the cost of additional tax penalties grows exponentially. And if the CRA seeks you out before you have filed past-due returns, the likelihood of punishment escalates.

What Should You Do to Reduce Tax Penalties

The worst thing you can do is to ignore or to avoid the tax problems. Act now to control and repair the damage before your life is ruined. Contact Tax 911 Now at 1-877-918-2991 for a confidential free consultation today!

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