• Feb
    27

    My Top Resources On the Canadian Income Tax System

     

    My journey into the Canadian Income Tax system was the result of being in small business. After one fateful trip to Costco, my entire business life changed. I walking in the book section when my eyes fell on a book titled: The 10 Secrets Revenue Canada Doesn’t Want You to Know.

    Reading that book was a huge eye-opener. I became even more interested when I saw all the books listed for further reading which were by noted Canadian author, Alex Doulis. Alex is the author of Take Your Money and Run. This book became a runaway best seller in Canada and sold over 200,000 copies. Some of the techniques are dated, but the book tells you how to get out of the Canadian Income Tax system.

    A more current book is The Tax Collector’s Bible, written by a former Canada Revenue Agency agent, Alan Baggett. If you’ve ever wondered how the CRA works and how to level the playing field between yourself and the taxman, this book is a must-have resource. In my opinion, every person who pays income taxes in Canada needs this book. Contrary to what you may believe, there are limits to the CRA’s powers. Read this book to find out what they are.

    And there are other books I recommend, all of which are listed on this page, along with other resources.

    Tackling The Taxman is important in showing you what your rights are if an audit takes place.

    My Blue Haven: This book shows you how to use asset protection and keep your money safe from the prying eyes of the Canadian government. You can do all of this without having to move away from Canada. The author tells you how.

    Other Resources

    Have you ever wondered how the world got into the current financial mess? Watch The American Dream in the video below. While it’s mostly about the United States, this film explores how money was created and what’s going on in the world today. I had to watch this film nine times before I had a good understanding of what’s going on.

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    Note: This article contains affiliate links. If you purchase one or more of the resources listed here, I might make a commission.

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