Forms are standardized, but taxpayers' issues are not. As a result, trying to report your clients' transactions correctly can sometimes feel like you are forcing a square peg into a round hole. And the ramifications are significant - when forms are completed or filed incorrectly, or the wrong form is used, lengthy delays are guaranteed to result.
This presentation is designed to assist tax professionals with the many complications involving the filing of forms with the Canada Revenue Agency. Join Gavin Laird, of Laird & Company, who will navigate the myriad of form types and provide insightful instruction for those cases where your situation does not quite fit within the norm. He will also provide valuable guidance for resolving cases where form filing has gone awry.
In particular, this webinar is designed to:
First, identify the problem: Identify the type of form by category: prescribed or not Identify the purpose of the form: authorization, compliance, information gathering or seeking relief Identify the type of problem encountered involving the form; practical problems (non-receipt, refusal to process), content driven or legalSecond, identify the players: Who's involved? Are they authorized? Expressly or by delegated power?Third, identify the risks and rewards: What can go wrong if the problem isn't solved? Are you going to be sued? What can go right if the problem is resolved? Compliance? Taxpayer relief? Can someone be penalized, fined or prosecuted criminally?Fourth, determine how you get relief and how realistic is your solution: Internal CRA mechanisms including complaint procedures Federal Court judicial review applications Other practical solutions and hybrids
First, identify the problem:
Second, identify the players:
Third, identify the risks and rewards:
Fourth, determine how you get relief and how realistic is your solution:
This webinar will be of interest to any professional who deals with the Canada Revenue Agency with respect to taxes.
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