Arbitrary Discretion and the Rule of Law

By Vern Krishna The Canadian income tax system requires taxpayers to voluntarily self-assess their tax liability and file tax returns without demand or notice according to prescribed forms and specified schedules. Canadians are generally compliant and most (approximately 30 million) will file tax returns annually. However, the term “voluntarily” is a misnomer. It is the …

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