Hiding money offshore? It’s only a matter of time before the Taxman finds out.
Canadians with Swiss bank accounts are attracting the scrutiny of the Canada Revenue Agency. Many already have been given a deadline of today to report that their Swiss holdings comply with Canadian tax laws.
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October 3, 2014
Paul DioGuardi, QC, tax lawyer and author talks to RadioAM 640 Toronto morning show host John Oakley about his latest book, Never Smile At A Crocodile, and about his life as a tax lawyer. Mr. DioGuardi’s insights on the Canada Revenue Agency and the tactics the CRA uses to tack down tax and your money will have you reaching for his law firm’s telephone number before you can say “audit ?!”.
“If you owe tax,” says prominent tax lawyer Paul DioGuardi, “ The Canada Revenue Agency can and will target your bank account, your wages, even your home equity. And once CRA has target lock on you …. game over. Unless you change the game.”Read more...
EXCLUSIVE TO THE DIOGUARDIAN
On April 9, 2014, a day after Google engineers identified a serious vulnerability in the SSL website security software used by many governments, banks, and corporations, the Canada Revenue Agency abruptly shut down all external access to its online services, including e-filing of tax returns. This at the height of tax filing season .
“Keep your tax matters private. Keep tax offline,” wrote Philippe DioGuardi on the DioGuardi Tax Law facebook® page, twitter® feed, website blog, and news page.
Mr. DioGuardi had predicted that your online behaviour had already been collected by spy agencies, and could easily be reviewed by CRA and related to your tax records.Read more...
The new Bill C-13 legislation opens the door to a new brand of CRA audit. Without your permission, and without having to prove there's a need to monitor you, the Canada Revenue Agency, or any other public official, can request a record of your activity online and on your cellphone from your service provider. Rogers, Bell, Shaw, et al. will simply hand over the records of who you called, what you searched and, of course, what you bought online, without telling you.
Hello stealth audit. Time to think twice about transferring money and depositing cheques on line.
If you want to keep your money and your tax life private, keep it offline.
IRS is known to use Google maps to spy on taxpayers. What makes you think the CRA hasn’t followed suit?
Marketers have you all wrapped up… ready for special delivery to CRA auditors.
Digital wallet makes lifestyle audit far too easy.
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