Payments made to a company hired to provide employment advice
In the Tax Court of Canada decision in Morin v. The Queen, 2005 DTC 813 the taxpayer was able to deduct payments made to a company hired to provide employment advice to maximize his financial benefits from income earned on the exercise of employee stock options.
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