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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 […]
January 29, 2018

Tax Gap – Why CRA Refuses Measuring It?

Summary Tax gap is the amount of tax collected versus the amount of tax owing. Various entities are asking the CRA to measure it. However, CRA repeatedly refuses. We propose why: what if your tax gap is actually zero? This is because Canada concedes individual income made within the provinces […]
September 11, 2017

Letter to Coalition: Tax Fairness Depends on Income Type

  Click here to download a copy of the letter below sent by Registered Mail. It was also mailed to the 33 other Coalition members. Coalition for Small Business Tax Fairness c/o The Canadian Federation of Independent Business Dan Kelly, President and CEO 401-4141 Yonge Street Toronto, ON, M2P2A6 Summary […]
September 4, 2017

Declining Income Sprinkling as Corporation Sole Can Reduce Taxes

Summary – Income Sprinkling Income sprinkling rules for Canada are changing. Those doing income sprinkling (as a corporation sole) will pay more taxes. Complaining about it just lets the Government continue obfuscating the tax laws. This is because declining income sprinkling can lower taxes to zero. Until the Government tells […]