Watchdog to monitor how CRA handles COVID stressed taxpayers
Agency shifts back to tax-collection mode after months of focusing on doling out emergency aid.
CRA resumes online services with new security features after cyber attacks
Online services users urged to update their accounts with unique passwords they don’t use for any other purpose.
CRA expects online services back Aug. 19 following cyber breaches [UPDATED]
5,600 accounts were targeted in what the federal government describes as “credential stuffing” schemes.
Canada Revenue Agency suspends online services after cyber attacks
5,500 accounts targeted in what the federal government described as two “credential stuffing” schemes.
Banks facilitate access to CEWS through CRA direct deposit
Business customers are encouraged to enroll in direct deposit for quick and direct access to the CEWS.
Baloney Meter: How much is the government going to collect from tax cheats?
Trudeau government earns “a lot of baloney” rating for claims that are mostly inaccurate.
CRA vows action on Canadian tax evaders exposed in Paradise Papers
CRA is reviewing links to Canadian entities and will take appropriate action, says spokesman for the revenue minister.
CRA wins Teddy for wasteful spending: $538K to move employee 192 km
Mishandling of energy policy lands Ontario government a lifetime achievement award from Canadian Taxpayers Association.
Cameco, CRA head to court over potential $2.2B tax dispute
Case presents a serious risk of impact to uranium company’s bottom line.
CRA wants to recoup $2.6B in missing taxes over five years
$444 million commitment will improve detection, auditing and prosecution of tax cheaters.
Panama papers prompt Ottawa to study gap in uncollected taxes
Lebouthillier’s letter says Canada will work with the OECD to help develop policies that target tax evaders.
Total to fight $11.5M CRA tax bill
Reassessments relate to the 2010 and 2011 tax years following the company’s conversion to a corporation from an income trust.
Higher TFSA limit prompts Canadians to save more
Others say they don’t have the savings to take advantage of the higher limit, according to CIBC poll.
CRA extends income tax filing deadline due to ‘human error’
Canadians now have until May 5 to file their income tax return and pay any amounts owed for 2014.
Benefits goofs top CRA’s tax audit list
Taxable amounts must be included in an employee’s income.