May be you are in the trouble with CRA, and you want to fight with CRA, and take your money back. Who is the right person you need to talk? Or you want to take places to setup offshore company, to protect your property, do you think a tax lawyer or Accountant you need to visit?
What is tax Lawyer?
Tax lawyers, who are also known as taxation lawyers, or income tax lawyers are professionals specializing in Canadian income tax lawyer. They are experts in tax law, having graduated from accredited law schools, and completed their articulating program. They receive their law license from provincial law societies after successfully completing their bar examinations. It is these law societies that allow them to practice law. Tax lawyers practice tax law and have specialized in income tax law in full time practice.
They had typically performed above average in their tax law courses in law school, and usually during their articulating program and summer internships they have worked under the close supervision of income tax lawyers of a tax law firm and decided to specialize in tax law when they became practicing lawyers.
What do a Tax Lawyer do?
Tax law firms and the best income tax lawyers represent and defend their clients who can be individuals, businesses and charities or not for profit organizations. Canadian income tax lawyers offer tax planning solutions, showing their clients the best ways of arranging financial matters to minimize taxes payable, without violating any tax laws in Canada. This ensures that they do not face any CRA (Canada Revenue Agency) successful audit or prosecution.
Our tax litigation lawyers in Canada also help clients, who are facing a dispute or problems with the CRA. Canadian tax dispute lawyers represent and defend the taxpayer’s interest against the CRA by filing notices of Objection or appeals to the Tax Court of Canada.
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Compare to CPA, what make Tax Lawyer different?
A tax lawyer who also has a professional designation has the benefit of dual training, that of the tax lawyer and the accountant. The client benefits because the tax lawyer is able to read and fully understand financial statements and to review and question the accuracy of tax returns and amounts claimed. Instead of the taxpayer relying just on the filings prepared by the accountant, the dual designated lawyer is able to independently review the returns or financial statements before they are submitted to CRA, thereby ensuring accuracy of anything submitted to CRA.