Tax Court Appeals
The CRA has denied your Notice of Objection and has confirmed the validity of its Notice of Reassessment. What do you do next?
Though you may not have been able to convince the CRA Appeals Division on the merits of your objection, you may have better success in convincing the specialized tax lawyers at the Department of Justice and the Tax Court of Canada if you file a Notice of Appeal with the assistance of Mather Tax Law.
The Tax Court of Canada is specialized court dedicated to hearing appeals on matters relating to the Income Tax Act and the Excise Tax Act, amongst other legislation. Neil Mather has considerable experience in solving tax disputes at the Tax Court level. His litigation practice is exclusively focused on Tax Court of Canada appeals, Federal Court judicial review applications, and tax appeals to the Federal Court of Appeal.
If you would like to learn more about our Tax Court practice and how we can help you, do not hesitate to contact Neil Mather for a free consultation.
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