Published: November 16, 2020
A tax investigation is conducted in order to determine if there’s a need to prosecute a taxpayer suspected of committing tax fraud or tax evasion. Meanwhile, a tax audit is performed by the CRA to make sure the returns filed by a taxpayer accurately reflect their taxable income.
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