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July 31, 2016

Fun Quiz: Six Canadian Income Tax Myths

August 14, 2017

Private Persons Income in Canada Income Tax Act

  Private Persons Income – Summary Canada’s Income Tax Act (“ITA”) now recognizes private persons income. A July 2017 amendment states income benefits private persons unless they receive government benefits. Canada Pension Plan (“CPP”) is a government benefit. So is almost everything on CRA T1 forms. This corroborates Apu’s Theory on how Canada’s income tax seems to really work. Private Persons Income – Background The Financial Action Task Force on Money Laundering (FATF) was established […]
August 9, 2017

Protected: Debbie Anderson No Income Source As Tax Evasion Defence

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August 7, 2017

Public Harm Fix: Bill Mori Uses Apu’s Theory in Tax Court

Summary: Public Harm to Bill Mori Professional bodies view public harm as using something not taught in professional schools. Lawyers can get disbarred. That is why the lawyer for Bill Mori refused to use Apu’s Theory. However, Canada does not explain how the tax laws really work. The result is Bill Mori being guilty of tax evasion. That is also public harm. Bill Mori is using Apu’s Theory for his Tax Court appeal. Writing it […]
August 5, 2017

VDP (Voluntary Disclosure Program) Changes Continues ITA Obfuscation

VDP Changes – Summary CRA’s proposed VDP changes allows it to continue obfuscating the Income Tax Act (“ITA”), and so continue assessing income tax where, in certain cases, none is owing. Instead of the VDP, explain to Canadians how the ITA really works. Such transparency will result in nearly 100% compliance. Then eliminate the VDP. Instead of changing the VDP, just explain to Canadians how the ITA really works VDP Changes – Background Tax lawyer […]
July 10, 2017

Rule of Law and CRA

Summary The Government of Canada just compensated Omar Khadr for breaking the rule of law. However, Canada Revenue Agency’s persistence in breaking the rule of law fosters a culture of abuse. This year is the 100th anniversary of Canadian income tax. It is time to end CRA breaking the rule of law. Rule of Law: Definition Duhaime’s Law Dictionary defines rule of law as: “That individuals, persons and government shall submit to, obey and be […]