If you are audited by the CRA or have been reassessed, reach out to a tax lawyer. A tax lawyer will be in position to assess your file and accompany you through the dispute resolution process, including taking the matter to court if no resolution can be reached at the CRA level.Learn More
If the CRA maintains its position and confirms the reassessment, your next recourse is to appeal to the Tax Court of Canada. The first step is to file a notice of appeal. A settlement is still possible at this stage. However, if no settlement is reached, the matter will be adjudicated by an independent judge.Learn More
The CRA has discretion to decide some matters. However, it must exercise its discretion without bias and reasonably. If at any point the CRA fails to do so, you can apply to the Federal Court of Canada for a judicial review of that decision. This process is inherently different from a tax appeal.Learn More
Hong Ky (Eric) Luu, c.l.a. (Ontario), LL.B., B.C.L., MTAX is a tax lawyer. He is a member of the Law Society of Upper Canada. He is also a member of the Barreau du Québec, as a Canadian legal advisor.
Eric spent over six years working at the Department of Justice (Canada), representing the CRA on various matters before the Tax Court of Canada, the Federal Court and the Federal Court of Appeal.
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