Canada Revenue Agency is Upgrading Security to Protect Taxpayers

Unless you’ve been on a deserted island or under a rock for a while, you probably remember the uproar that the Heartbleed bug caused when it came to light in the spring of 2014. With the continual increase of internet connectivity worldwide, the threat… Continue reading

OK, Maybe We’re Not THAT Crazy…

2011. It seems like a lifetime ago at times. Wikipedia turned 10. Revolution erupted in Egypt. A 9.0 earthquake in Japan triggered a tsunami. The Internet ran out of IPv4 addresses, and the Space Shuttle had its final flight. It was also the year... Continue reading

NETFILE, EFILE… What’s the difference?

When we're talking about taxes and CRA, there's a lot of jargon thrown around, and it can be quite confusing. Whether it's capital cost allowance, eligible dependant, deductions, credits, or NAICS codes, there's seemingly no end to the terminology you have to make sense... Continue reading