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July 31, 2016

Fun Quiz: Six Canadian Income Tax Myths

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June 11, 2017

Canada’s Wonder Woman and Income Tax

Summary Wonder woman is a comic book superhero. Mabel French is also a wonder woman. She was New Brunswick’s and B.C.’s first female lawyer. Back then, as a woman, she was not a person in law. Only persons can practice law. She changed the law. Mabel’s case is an example of being subject to the law, but exempted by the law. In contrast, anarchists claim they are not subject to the law at all. That […]
May 28, 2017

Can Bitcoin and Barter be Exempt Income?

Summary Bitcoin is not any country’s currency. That is why Canada Revenue Agency (“CRA”) deems Bitcoin transactions as Income Tax Act (“ITA”) “property” being bartered for something else. CRA also deems barter as taxable income for both parties. This hidden deeming, or uninformed consent, is why many Canadians equate income tax to financial rape. However, if you rebut the deeming, Bitcoin and bartering could both qualify as exempt income. “Apu’s Theory”, our research on how […]
May 22, 2017

Jurisdiction, Canadian Tulip Festival, Income Tax

Summary Legal jurisdiction can be by geographical area, by subject matter, or both. First, in 1943 Canada exempted a geographical area, allowing Princess Margriet to be born in Ottawa as a Dutch citizen. Their gratitude is why the Netherland annually gifts Canada tulips. This is the reason for the Canadian Tulip Festival. Second, in 1936 the Supreme Court ruled Canada has no jurisdiction over work within the Provinces. To overcome this, Canada introduced Income Tax […]
May 15, 2017

Wilfully Blind for Income Tax

Summary Wilfully blind, in a legal sense, means being suspicious but refraining from asking. Canadian tax evasion cases1 use it to replace proving you have a guilty mind. To not be wilfully blind, you need to seek opinions from lawyers, CRA, and professional accountants. However, the Government does not give full disclosure on how Canada’s tax laws really work to any of them either. In summary, even seeking such opinions does not protect you. It […]
May 1, 2017

Privatize Crown Corporations is a Myth

Summary Privatize Crown corporations is a myth. This is because shareholders in the so-called private sector are not investing with their private property. Shareholders are Income Tax Act “officers” investing with Canada’s “public money“. This would include shares held, monies borrowed to buy shares, and all dividends received by shareholders. They all form part of Canada’s Consolidated Revenue Fund (CRF). This fits with CRA T1, T2, and T3 forms reporting “public money” earnings. Background A […]