Ottawa forfeited $8.7B in uncollected tax in 2014, says report

On Monday, CRA officials will join international tax experts for a two-day seminar in Ottawa, sponsored by the Canadian Tax Foundation, which will examine issues surrounding the measurement of tax gaps. Specialists from the U.S., U.K. and Sweden are 

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Canada on Track to Collect $9.6 Billion in Offshore Tax Evasion Cases

Tax season always sees an increase in fraudsters presenting themselves as the Canada Revenue Agency. They typically inform you of taxes owed and threaten imminent arrest if you don't pay immediately. Despite what you might think, their antics don't end

Canada's personal income "tax gap" — taxes due but not collected — hit about $8.7 billion for 2014, says a ground-breaking Canada Revenue Agency report. The analysis, which the Liberals promised in the 2015 election campaign, includes estimates of …

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