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CPA Newsletter • Top story • Professional secrecy and reporting abuse: The Order refers a legal opinion to the government

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In this issue:

  • Professional secrecy and reporting abuse: The Order refers a legal opinion to the government
  • 6 tips to help you avoid problems that arise in estate management
  • Auditing and Assurance Standards Board (AASB) Re-exposure Draft – Reporting on Compliance
  • Disclosure of cyber security risks and incidents: Guidance issued by Canadian securities regulators
  • Climate change: 20 questions directors should ask
  • Tax: Increase in the basic tax credit for individuals and taxpayer confidentiality
  • Small business taxes: A Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) program to help you get it right, from the start
  • Reminder – Form RC59: Important change in May for business representatives to the Canada Revenue Agency

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