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Audit Trail Schedules

In doing the compliance work, we also ensure that the best possible audit trails are set up at affordable cost to tax payers. The damage caused by inadequate audit trails is often not immediate and hence not realized. We are very conscious of setting up audit trails at all times while designing your accounting system, recording your transactions or preparing your returns. If a tax saving we claim for you is crucial or unclear, we search for credible literature to support the claim. We then save this printed material as a part of audit trails, because this published material would be most useful in defending you in an audit or an appeal that may come your way sometimes.

Audits and Appeals

We also defend tax payers by presenting their case properly in reviews, audits and appeals. In defending tax payers, we go all the way up to the Tax Court of Canada, if necessary. Besides tax assessments, tax payers are sometimes assessed substantial penalties and interest. We can get these reduced or eliminated by presenting your case effectively to appropriate departments.

Recent convictions of interest

  • Coquitiam resident Robert Fredrick Weicker was fined $89,175 for tax evasion; January 26,2011
  • Real Estate Agent Anna Simionato of Toronto was fined $5,000 for failing to file GST returns; October 21, 2010
  • Real Estate Agent Janetta Graf of Kitchener was found guilty for failing to file tax returns; she was fined $3,600; October 21, 2010
  • Lynne Rodeck, Neil Willerton and Rodwill Holding Inc. of Prince Edward Island were fined almost $182,000 for GST and income tax evasion; October 25, 2010
  • Businessman David Charles Hopper of Vancouver was fined $14,876 for tax evasion; October 15, 2010
  • Roofer Christopher Jones of London, Ontario was fined $3,000 for failure to file tax returns; January 31, 2011
  • Three related Newfoundland-based companies were fined almost $1.1 million for evading income tax and HST; November 24, 2010
  • Glenn Willard Murray of Fredericton, NB was fined $2,000 for failing to file tax returns; March 7, 2011

Before your situation turns that bad contact us at any earlier stage, i.e. prefiling/nonfiling, assessment, audit or appeal.

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