James Bell, Director of Farber Tax Solutions and Boris Stanislav, Tax Lawyer with Farber Tax Law went over and answered questions on how the COVID-19 situation could affect your tax filing and tax debt owing.
Due to the coronavirus (COVID-19), the Canada Revenue Agency has extended the tax filing deadline for some taxpayers. Find out more and whether you should file early or on the new deadline
Director of Farber Tax Solutions; James Bell discusses everything you need to know about dealing with a CRA tax issue
The Government of Canada released its 2018 budget on February 27, 2018. In it, the Government outlined not just its spending plans but it also indicated several of its priorities going forward. One of these priorities continues to be the concept of “tax fairness.”
Bitcoin prices surged towards the end of 2017, leading many Canadians to invest in this and other cryptocurrencies. However, now that tax time is approaching, you may be wondering how cryptocurrency is taxed in Canada and whether or not you need to pay taxes on cryptocurrency income.
While digital currencies such as bitcoin are not legal tender in Canada, using digital currency does not exempt you from Canadian tax obligations.
Celebrating its five-year anniversary, Tax Solutions Canada, a leading CRA tax dispute resolution firm, rebrands to Farber Tax Solutions and expands its offerings with Farber Tax Law.