Why Choose Us?
You have many choices in selecting your tax lawyer. Why should you consider our firm? Firstly, we have a “no engagement, no fee” new file review policy. This means we will assess your situation and provide our preliminary recommendations as well as a cost estimate or budget. If you are not satisfied with our recommendations or our cost estimate and choose not to retain our firm, there is no fee for this initial review. So please give us a call – what do you have to lose?
Meet Our Team
Our tax lawyers and other professionals bring years of specialized education and experience to your tax issue. Our experience was earned over years working with some of Western Canada’s most respected tax law and accounting firms, as well as inside the Canada Revenue Agency. We hope you will take this opportunity to meet our team by clicking the link below.
Personal & Corporate Tax Planning
Whether you are just starting your career, or thinking about selling your business and retirement, the Tax Lawyers at TNTL are here to assist you in getting the tax result that best meets your objectives.
Trust & Estate Planning
Tax law and estate planning go hand-in-hand. The largest tax bill a taxpayer will ever receive from the Canada Revenue Agency will be upon their death.
When the Appeals Division of the CRA has improperly denied your objection, the next step is an appeal to the Tax Court of Canada. Only lawyers can act for taxpayers in a general procedure appeal to the Tax Court of Canada.
Criminal Tax Evasion
Although tax audits and appeals can have a negative impact on taxpayers, nothing is as perilous as an investigation by the Canada Revenue Agency’s Criminal Investigations Division.
Tax audits by the Canada Revenue Agency can be frustrating, stressful, and expensive. The CRA has significant legal and financial resources which it uses to its advantage. We can help level the playing field.
After the Canada Revenue Agency has completed your audit, they will issue a Notice of Reassessment imposing additional income tax or GST/HST. The next step in disputing the additional tax imposed is to file a Notice of Objection with the Appeals Division of the CRA.