Tax

Federal Court strikes down ‘vexatious’ tax claims

Federal Court strikes down ‘vexatious’ tax claims

No fundamental right to opt out of tax obligations: court

Anick Pelletier named as new associate chief justice of the Tax Court of Canada

Anick Pelletier named as new associate chief justice of the Tax Court of Canada

She had a long career at the Department of Justice Canada, which she joined in 1993

Appeal dismissed from acquittals on five counts under Quebec's Tax Administration Act

Appeal dismissed from acquittals on five counts under Quebec's Tax Administration Act

Quebec tax body alleges it was deprived of statutory right of appeal

Clarification needed on CRA's power to assume facts and law in tax litigation, says lawyer

Clarification needed on CRA's power to assume facts and law in tax litigation, says lawyer

Two recent Federal Court of Appeal rulings seemingly expand that power: Robert Kreklewetz

Intergenerational business transfers currently Canada's most pressing tax law issue, says lawyer

Intergenerational business transfers currently Canada's most pressing tax law issue, says lawyer

Mark Feigenbaum and Feigenbaum Consulting recently joined KPMG in Canada

Companies welcome clean energy tax credits, want wider scope, eligibility criteria revisited: lawyer

Companies welcome clean energy tax credits, want wider scope, eligibility criteria revisited: lawyer

Osler tax lawyer Colena Der says the draft tax proposals show Ottawa following the US's lead