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September 7, 2017

Anonymous Contributors to Apu’s Theory – Why?

Summary Being anonymous prevents retaliation though CRA audits or investigations. It also prevents professionals from disbarment (lawyers) or unprofessional conduct citations (accountants and financial advisors). Finally, it allows those still working to continue gathering information. This helps improve Apu’s Theory, our research on how Canada’s income tax seems to really […]
July 31, 2016

Fun Quiz: Six Canadian Income Tax Myths

June 4, 2018

Taxing And Spending Powers Needs Income as Public Money

Summary Canada’s Parliament has both taxing and spending powers. But having both powers is relatively new. This did not exist in England for hundreds of years. Deeming individuals’ earnings as Canada’s public money allows Parliament to have both taxing and spending powers. Background – Taxing and Spending Powers Separated England […]
May 22, 2018

Marijuana Jurisdiction Dilemma Parallels Income Tax

Summary Marijuana jurisdiction dilemma occurs if crossing, say, B.C. into Washington State. Marijuana is illegal at federal US borders. Admitting to using it can mean a lifetime ban. This article discusses a parallel jurisdiction dilemma between the Provinces and Canada for income tax. Background Marijuana is legal in Washington State. […]
May 14, 2018

Canadian Judge Validates Apus Theory

Summary Canadian Judge Albert Constantineau published the above law book in 1910. It validates Apus Theory on Canadian individual income tax in over ten ways. Canadian law schools no longer teach his book’s topics. It is partly why we have a broken legal system that no longer obeys the rule […]
April 27, 2018

Comeau Beer Case Corroborates Ordinary Employment is Outside Federal Jurisdiction

Comeau Beer Case – Summary The Comeau beer case corroborates Apu’s Theory on income tax. The Supreme Court of Canada  (“SCC”) ruled federal jurisdiction is not superior to provincial jurisdiction. The SCC and Apu’s Theory both state ordinary employment within the provinces is outside federal jurisdiction. CRA’s deeming that it is not […]
March 27, 2018

Anderson Innocent of Paradigm Tax Evasion?

The CBC has regurgitated CRA’s press release on the Anderson tax evasion conviction with Paradigm Education Group. The REAL Story Judge Neill Brown ignored Anderson’s unchallenged, sworn facts. One is jurisdiction. Another is that her Paradigm educator income is her private property. CRA altered Anderson’s T1 tax returns, so that they […]