Ernst & Young's Guide to Tax Research and Writing, 2012 (6th) Edition
Learn the tax research process, how laws are enacted, and how to communicate your findings to your clients. Written for accountants, lawyers, and other professionals in public practice, industry, education, and government with a basic familiarity with the concepts and principles of Canadian income tax.
This guide has been prepared to assist readers who wish to become proficient and effective in their tax research.
The chapters of the guide take you through each step in the tax research process, from establishing the facts of a situation to communicating your findings. The guide also devotes a chapter to the discussion of the general anti-avoidance rule (GAAR) because, as a tax researcher, it is important to be aware of the case law and legislation relating to tax avoidance. An appendix outlines the federal and provincial legislative and regulatory process.
Book weight: 430 grams
Store entry revised: July 2012
ISBN: 978-1-55385-696-2 (print); 978-1-55385-697-9 (eBook)
Publication Date: July 2012
Number of Pages: 150