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DioGuardi: Can the CRA see my internet searches? (And why should I care?) The answer will scare your pants off.

DioGuardi: Can the CRA see my internet searches? (And why should I care?) The answer will scare your pants off. - 4.3 out of 5 based on 761 votes

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Toronto tax lawyer Philippe DioGuardi believes the internet is a dangerous place to look for tax problem help. 

“The internet is fine if you’re shopping for shoes,” Mr. DioGuardi says. "But when it comes to your tax life, and in particular a tax problem, you might as well stand naked in the street and shout your troubles to the world. There is no privacy on the internet."

“Every ad you click on, every search term you enter into your browser, every site you visit leaves a permanent record that the Canada Revenue Agency can request to view, through legal channels.

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Yes, the CRA can take your home. And bankruptcy won’t wipe out a tax lien. But there are ways to access your home equity and protect your home.

Yes, the CRA can take your home. And bankruptcy won’t wipe out a tax lien. But there are ways to access your home equity and protect your home. - 4.2 out of 5 based on 1233 votes

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When the Canada Revenue Agency registers a lien against your home, it’s a frontal attack on your biggest asset.  It’s aggressive collection on the part of the CRA. And it’s something that happens because a tax balance has remained unpaid for an extended period of time.  It’s a serious matter. But if you stay calm and act reasonably, there are things you can do, and ways you can use your home equity, to help pay the CRA and protect your home.

Here are the answers to common questions about tax liens… to help you understand what to do, and where to turn for help.

 

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Words to live by?

 

 

Income tax returns are the most imaginative fiction being written today.

Comment posted on CBC.ca Business News page April 30, 2012 - TAXFILING DAY

http://www.cbc.ca/news/business/taxseason/story/2012/04/24/f-taxseason-tax-evasion-penalties.html

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