Successful CRA Appeal

We represented a small business in its appeal of a ruling by the Canada Revenue Agency that the business’ workers were properly classified as employees, as opposed to self-employed independent contractors. The effect of this initial ruling was that our client was ordered to make certain EI, CPP and other payments. After reviewing our submissions, the CRA Appeals Division allowed the appeal, concluding that our clients’ contractors were not in fact employees and therefore that our client was not liable for any amounts owed to the government in connection with the workers’ income.

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