Voluntary Disclosure Program In Canada

Voluntary Disclosure Program In Canada

The Voluntary Disclosure Program in Canada allows tax payers a way to voluntarily tell the government about issues with tax returns. In exchange for honesty the Canadian government will work with the tax payer to avoid fees and penalties provided the proper procedures and guidelines are followed.

Sometimes mistakes are made with tax returns and using the Voluntary Disclosure Program can help you with getting the mistakes corrected. For extreme cases it can also help for those who may have omitted certain details but the proper advice of a tax lawyer should be something you seek if you’re in this situation.

– How big is the Voluntary Disclosure Program?
– Who typically uses the Voluntary Disclosure Program?
– What are the main benefits of using it?
– What does someone need to do in order to be valid for voluntary disclosure?.

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