How to Get Your Bank Account Unfrozen

Having your bank account frozen is not fun. A frozen bank account will paralyze your ability to pay your bills because essentially money can go in but no money can go out. Depending on who the authority freezing your bank account was, you may...

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Canada Revenue Agency Got You Down? Here Are Some Tips for Dealing with the Tax Man

Owing money to the Canada Revenue Agency is by far one of the scariest financial challenges that many Canadian taxpayers face. The Canada Revenue Agency is not an average creditor because they are part of the federal government. They have...

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3 Reasons Why You Should Not Try to Negotiate with the CRA Directly

Thousands of Canadians struggle with tax problems. One of the worst things that you can do if you have a tax problem that has or will result in a debt that you can’t pay is to try to negotiate with the CRA directly. The reason for this is...

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How to Deal With a CRA Tax Debt Before The CRA Catches Up With You

Tax debt can be terrifying; terrifying because owing the CRA money when you can’t pay will most certainly result in collection action. Tax debt is one of the main reasons people get behind filing income tax returns. Individuals get behind...

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How to Deal With a Frozen Bank Account as a Result of a Canada Revenue Agency Tax Debt

When an individual or business has a tax debt owing to the Canada Revenue Agency, the Canada Revenue Agency will begin to pursue enforcement action to collect the debt. One method that the Canada Revenue Agency uses to collect debt is by...

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Garnishment of Wages Blog Series Part 3 of 3 – Garnishment of Wages by the Canada Revenue Agency and Your Options

One of the scariest and most serious garnishments of wages that exists is a garnishment of wages issued by the Canada Revenue Agency. When a tax debt is owed, the Canada Revenue Agency has a vast arsenal of tools at their disposal that they...

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Taxpayer Relief in Canada – Do I Qualify

If you have a tax problem in Canada, repercussions with the Canada Revenue Agency can be severe. If you filed your income taxes late or committed an infraction under the Canadian Income Tax Act, like failing to disclose income or writing off...

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Canada Revenue Agency Forms and Requests: – Beware

If you have a tax debt that you cannot pay in full, you should be very careful dealing directly with the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA). In fact, many agencies, including law firms, advise people who have large tax debts not to deal with the...

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Stopping a Garnishment of Wages in Canada

Thousands of Canadians have their wages garnished each year for a wide range of reasons. A garnishment of wages in Canada can occur as a result of unpaid family responsibility, judgements that occurred as a result lawsuits (in Small Claims...

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