Tax myths

August 28, 2017

Robert Marquis Passes Away – Is Income Tax Unconstitutional?

Robert Marquis: Summary Robert Marquis was 95. He passed away a few weeks ago. In his book, “Fraud Deception Manipulation”, he states, as a direct tax, Canada income tax being illegal and unconstitutional. His position is opposite to Apu’s Theory, our research on how Canada income tax seems to work. We […]
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. […]
March 21, 2017

Tax Filing Myths – Twelve Canadian Ones

Summary Some tax filing myths are: the law having a definition for ‘income’; authorized form means a T1; filing private property is on a T1; you can only file on a T1; the SIN identifies you only one way; the SIN only has one legal meaning; not having to report […]
July 31, 2016

Fun Quiz: Six Canadian Income Tax Myths