Published: February 3, 2022
As many Canadian taxpayers face possible CRA tax disputes, David Rotfleisch, a tax lawyer with Rotfleisch & Samulovitch P.C. in Toronto, encourages them to consider settling the dispute prior to hearing.
“Settlements are often advantageous for the taxpayer as proceeding all the way to a Tax Court of Canada trial is a costly process both in terms of professional fees, if the taxpayer is being represented by an experienced Canadian tax litigation lawyer, and time. Settlement offers can also impact cost rewards if the dispute proceeds to hearing,” said Rotfleisch.
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