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Compliance Deficiency? Make a Voluntary Disclosure Now

Compliance Deficiency? Make a Voluntary Disclosure Now

Most personal income tax returns for 2016 have now been filed and corporations with a December 31, 2016 are already preparing to file their tax return

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If you discover unintentional filing deficiencies or an outstanding tax liability when filing your return that may subject you to a penalty, you may want to consider making a voluntary disclosure now before expected changes to the program are announced later this year.

Download this edition of the TaxNewsFlash to learn more.

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