I want to know about tax appeal. I don’t know the formalities to appeal the CRA. What should I do if I have an objection with their assessment? Is it compulsory to follow a formal/legal procedure? Or can I approach them without the support of a lawyer?
I have read that to get qualified for an informal procedure, the disputed amount of federal tax and penalties should not be more than $25,000 per assessment. So, I am qualified for it. But, as I don’t have any experience in handling this kind of legal issues, I am confused about the steps to be taken.
You can find a lot of information about how to object or appeal an income tax or GST/HST assessment/reassessment by the Canada Revenue Agency by searching “cra tax appeal” using Legal.com’s legal research tool.
If you need professional help, Legal.com publishes a worldwide directory of lawyers that you can search by area of law (tax, tax appeal or CRA Tax Appeal) and location (city, state or province, country). Click Find a Lawyer to display a list of attorneys and law firms near you.
Regards, — Dave