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Financial Hardship in Fairness (Taxpayer Relief) Application

The recent Federal Court of Appeal judicial review decision in Jerry Ross v. Canada Customs and Revenue Agency found that the financial hardship of a taxpayer must be properly evaluated by the Canada Revenue Agency (the Canadian income tax department) in making a “fairness” determination to cancel income tax interest and penalties.


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