Glossary of fiscal terms used in CanadaThere are 140 entries in this glossary.
|Tax service offices||
Offices across the country that provide main point of contact for the public.
Specialist in taxation.
Government agreements signed between countries. They help citizens who earn foreign income avoid double taxation.
Amounts of money, or the value of goods or services, that an employer pays or provides in addition to salary. For example, the part of a health insurance plan that the employer pays is a taxable benefit.
The amount of income left after all allowable deductions have been subtracted from NET INCOME. This amount is used to calculate taxes to be paid.
The calendar year or fiscal period for which income tax is to be paid.
|Trough discovery and negotiation||
Fact finds out about tax case
income not declared
|Unfiled income report||
income tax not filed
income not reported
|Winning tax case||
Have gain in Tax litigation
|With the government||
Together with the government
Money paid to compensate a person injured on the job. It is an insurance plan paid for by employers and administered by the Workers' Compensation Board.