Most letters from the Canada Revenue Agency look bad, but are in fact simple to deal with. An extremely common kind of CRA letter is the Request to File, which can be handled in a fairly straightforward way. The worst thing to do is to ignore a letter from CRA – it could cost you money, or worse. We’ll talk about other kinds of letters from the Canada Revenue Agency in Part 2, so stay tuned.
Sunny Widerman has been preparing income tax returns for entrepreneurial Canadians and their friends since 2002. Her friendly, non-judgemental approach to tax services and advice and lively public speaking style have made her a favourite among audiences and clients alike. She has been featured by Advisor's Edge, the Canadian Media Guild, the Professional Writer's Association of Canada, the Editor's Association of Canada, CARFAC Dispatch and others.