New standard on compilation engagements: What does it mean for tax work?
What’s the impact of the new Canadian Standard on Related Services (CSRS) 4200, Compilation Engagements, on tax compliance work? Understand how the new standard applies to tax-related engagements and more.
3 Ways CPAs can Simplify Their Clients’ Personal Taxes During the Pandemic
Depending on the benefits their clients accessed, CPAs need to keep tabs on the federal COVID-19 emergency programs in order to accurately assess the tax impact on those clients.
Tax and the Digital economy: Significant Concerns over OECD Proposals
The Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) consulted the international tax community on proposals for taxing digital transactions, and CPA Canada contributed our suggestions. Find out how the OECD responded in its latest statement.
Tax Resources for CPAs
Get fresh perspectives on trending tax issues through our news roundup, blog, webinars, and other practical tools. Created for CPAs and the broader tax community, our resources will help you stay current on changing tax laws.
Taxing Cryptocurrencies: GST/HST Proposals Raise Concerns
With the rise of cryptocurrencies, uncertainty is growing over their tax treatment. Learn about existing Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) guidance, as well as CPA Canada’s concerns with newly proposed GST/HST legislation.
Insight and Analysis of the 2019 Federal Budget
Taking part in the federal budget process, CPA Canada is pleased to offer its views on priorities for the federal budget as well as expert post-budget analysis and commentary.
Auditing Accounting Estimates in the Current Evolving Environment Due to COVID-19
This publication has been prepared to highlight key areas of focus in the current environment when undertaking audit procedures relating to accounting estimates and related disclosures in accordance with the International Standards on Auditing™(ISA™).
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