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Need to object to an assessment?

Here's what you need to know:

Do you feel that the Canada Revenue Agency (“CRA”) has unfairly assessed you? Are you involved in an unfair audit? If you are in a dispute with the CRA in respects to a tax debt, your next step is to file a Notice of Objection. Read More...

Here's how to do it yourself:

You can use this form to file an objection to a notice of assessment issued under the Income Tax Act and deliver or mail the completed form to a tax centre near you.
Objection Form

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Need to appeal to tax court?

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Do you disagree with the Canada Revenue Agency’s (“CRA”) decision resulting from an objection? Taxpayers have every right to appeal the assessment to the Tax Court of Canada (“TCC”). Read more...

Here's how to do it yourself:

To appeal an assessment to the Tax Court of Canada by using the Informal Procedure or the General Procedure, you must complete the below forms and mail the completed version to the Tax Court of Canada.
Informal Procedure Form
General Procedure Form

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CRA didn’t do something they should have?

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A judicial review’s main purpose is to have a decision or action of the Canada Revenue Agency (“CRA”) reviewed by the Courts and to have that decision revisited. However, there are a number of reasons why a taxpayer would go through this process. Read more...

Here's how to do it yourself:

If you wish to have a CRA decision revised by the Courts, you must complete the below form and send it to the Federal Court of Canada.
Form 301 - Notice of Application

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Need to challenge interest and penalties?

Here's what you need to know:

If you can’t pay your tax bill on time, know that you have options. Identifying specific circumstances and bringing them forward on time may provide a taxpayer much needed tax relief and may spare the taxpayer from penalties and interests. Read more...

Here's how to do it yourself:

If you need relief on your tax bill please fill out the Request for Taxpayer Relief form and send to the designated office of your province, which is listed on page 5 of the form.
Taxpayer Relief Form

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