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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

December 10, 2018

Fake News Basis for France Tax Revolt

Summary Fake news started the France tax revolt. The tax was for combatting global warming. The government has since withdrawn it, but is replacing it by increasing another tax! So it was never about global warming. That is fake news. It is just about more taxes. Background In France, “Yellow […]
November 26, 2018

Canada Income Tax Trusts Not Real Trusts

Summary Canada income tax trusts are NOT real trusts. This is because our tax research concludes Canada deems the trust parties are handling Canada’s money. Therefore, they already have trust relationships with Canada. It seems this is why Canadian laws can control, and tax, such trust property. A Canadian Income Tax […]
November 13, 2018

No Freedom – Canadians Died in Vain?

Summary Freedom is never free. Canadians fought in two World Wars believing they were preserving freedom. But they would be rolling in their graves if they knew Canada is now a country without freedom. Background Freedom includes having freewill choice in a country obeying the rule of law. Some say […]
November 5, 2018

Why Income Tax Is Not Contractual

  Summary Canadian courts state income tax is not contractual. We agree. In fact, income tax is not contractual corroborates our income tax research, “Apu’s Theory”. It concludes it is an agency/trust relationship.   Canadian income tax is not contractual, but an agency/trust relationship _ Background Many courts state income tax […]
October 27, 2018

Stopping Joint Tax Liability for a Federal Spouse

Summary Joint tax liability is a federal spouse being liable for the other’s tax debt. But a federal spouse is different from a Provincial spouse. Canada has no jurisdiction over Provincial spouses. This means you can structure your affairs to stop joint tax liability. Background The Income Tax Act (“ITA”) […]