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Disposition of Capital Property – Failure to Report at Fair Market Value

The Tax Court of Canada’s recent ruling in Lauria v. The Queen (2021 TCC 66) serves as a reminder about the potential for broad applications under subsection 152(4), permitting the reassessment of otherwise statute-barred taxation years where a tax filing includes a misrepresentation attributable to carelessness or neglect, regardless of the absence of intentional misstatements at the time of filing.

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Making Housing More Affordable

In its April 7, 2022 Budget, the Government of Canada announced a number of measures intended to make housing more affordable for Canadians. These measures include personal income tax changes, and funding for a variety of housing programs.

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Electric Vehicle Rebates for Consumers & Businesses

With the high price of gasoline, the COP26 UN Climate Change Conference, and the recent natural disasters in BC fresh in everyone’s mind, many consumers may be considering purchasing an electric vehicle (EV). Buyers may be eligible for an incentive rebate off the Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) on many new EVs and plug-in hybrids through the federal government’s Incentives for Zero-Emission Vehicles (iZEV) program. The iZEV program launched May 1, 2019 and has garnered interest across the country. It is set to end by March 31, 2025, or earlier, if available funding runs out…

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