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Tax Views: Appealing tax assessments a long and expensive journey | Vern Krishna

Monday, September 18, 2017 @ 9:40 AM | By Vern Krishna

Taxpayer appeals to the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) are the first step in resolving tax disputes following an assessment for taxes. The procedures are strictly controlled, the timelines are stringent and subject to technical issues of delivery of documents.

There are three principal steps for resolving income tax disputes with the CRA. The first is to file a proper Notice of Objection. Although the mechanics of this step are fairly simple (identify the taxpayer, the assessment objected to, the years involved, and the reasons for the...