Don’t always believe what the Canada Revenue Agency says!

The CRA told Paul Shea that the prestigious London School of Economics was not eligible for the tuition and education tax credits because it was not recognized by them.
 
Mr. Shea appealed the CRA’s decision.
 
And he won.
 
Henry Rachfalowski of Canada Life Financial was given a golf club membership as part of his employment package. However Mr. Rachfalowski hated golf and so he did not make use of the membership. And because he did not did not make use of the benefit he did not claim the perk on his tax return. Naturally when the CRA got wind of this they reassessed him.
 
Mr. Shea appealed the CRA’s decision.
 
And he won.
 
Marek Tarkowski was denied a tax credit for piano lessons his son took because his son was in high school and not a post secondary institution.
 
Stella Tarkowski appealed the CRA’s decision on her husband’s behalf.
 
And she won.
 
Just because the Canada Revenue Agency tells you that you’re wrong does not mean that you’re wrong.
 
 
Consult with National Tax Service today for a free assessment of your circumstances.