Klemen v. The Queen (July 29, 2014 – 2014 TCC 244) was a dispute over the tax and GST consequences of Mr. Klemen transferring equipment to a corporation with which he did not deal at arm’s length, CHL: 1,243 more words
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Dryden v. R. – TCC: Net worth assessments substantially reduced at trial, largely because of inter-account transfers.
Dryden v. The Queen (July 29, 2014 – 2014 TCC 241) was a very lengthy (109 paragraphs) decision involving a net worth assessment of Mr. 365 more words
Lefebvre v. The Queen (July 16, 2014 – 2014 TCC 225) was a case in which Mr. Lefebvre sought to deduct certain expenses in connection with his office premises: 514 more words
Baker v. R. – TCC: Purchase of shares at inflated value by taxpayer’s RRSP results in income inclusion.
Baker v. The Queen (June 24, 2014 – 2014 TCC 204) was an odd case where the taxpayer allegedly purchased shares in his RRSP at an inflated value and CRA taxed him on the inflated amount pursuant to subsection 146(9) of the Income Tax Act: 748 more words
Kaplan v. R. – TCC: Student living in United States with family since 2002 not entitled to child tax benefits.
Kaplan v. The Queen (July 4, 2014 – 2014 TCC 215 ) was a decision where the taxpayer claimed Canada Child Tax Benefit in respect of five of his children for 2007 to 2010. 624 more words
Steubing v. The Queen (July 23, 2014 – 2014 TCC 235 ) was a case dealing with the taxpayer’s claims for employment expenses in connection with his job in power line maintenance and construction in Alberta. 181 more words
Bertucci v. The Queen (July 17, 2014 – 2014 TCC 230 ) was another in the large number of recent cases dealing with forms of tax protest. 355 more words