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Post by Guest on Thu 03 Jul 2014, 10:41

sector 7 lol omg sounds like PM desk

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Post by Guest on Thu 03 Jul 2014, 09:42

Digger, after third try it gets sent to sector 7 , then the fun begiNs, be Aware, very aware

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Post by Guest on Wed 02 Jul 2014, 20:19

3rd try is still pending.

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Post by Rifleman on Wed 02 Jul 2014, 14:30

My request was sent in two weeks ago will let all know when I get an answer

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Post by Guest on Wed 02 Jul 2014, 10:59

no problem I hope so to im sure they will.

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Post by Guest on Wed 02 Jul 2014, 10:56

well I put this out on another thread so I figured its best put here.

we had a few people trying to figure out how to deal with the deemed tax issue twice and it just kinda got derailed a bit by folks thinking we were against the deal or deemed tax don't exist so I went through everyone's ideas added some recent stuff and came up with this.

apply for tax relief.

re apply .

appeal.

wright your MP.

wright the minister with a request.

if successful and I had well over 10 years retro id right the minister with a request to waive the 10 year limit.

and if I was unsuccessful and still owed a very large amount of deemed tax I would launch a judicial review into the validity of deemed tax in the ITA, its application in the regulations and the application of tax relief as it pertains to deemed tax under the fairness provision.

just trying to bring those conversation to a much needed conclusion.

always question authority

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Post by Guest on Wed 02 Jul 2014, 10:50

Thanks for clearing that up .... hopefully others with post here ...if they succeeded

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Post by Guest on Wed 02 Jul 2014, 10:42

well haven't here'd from many yet. sappers is being considered. I got mine k-9 got a nonsensical rejection witch according to ALL the pertinent legislation is not grounds for a denial so he is resubmitting. and diggers was sent back twice because the screener didn't know what waiver meant so she is resubmitting for a cancelation.

1 yes 1 maybe 1 unknown and 1 rejection

kinda how it tallies up right now.

I initially thought very few would get it but im kind of optimistic right now.

I thought their would be so few that their would be next to no chance of anyone on this sight getting it and me of all people not a chance so you can imagine how shocked I was to get mine.

that's what gives me hope.

glad you are giving it a go I really wish you the best of luck.

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Post by Guest on Wed 02 Jul 2014, 10:12

So propat can i assume no one else has received tax relief except you ? I am applying too but after long discussion with cra expert VERY few will get it.

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Any up dates on any one other than Propat receiving a positive out come to requested tax relief.... only one confirmed success story so far? 16 July 2014

Post by Guest on Tue 01 Jul 2014, 09:18

deemed tax just aint right in any way shape or form.

so obviously I would.

id re apply .

id appeal.

id wright my MP.

id wright the minister with a request.

if successful and I had well over 10 years retro id right the minister with a request to waive the 10 year limit.

and if I was unsuccessful and still owed a very large amount of deemed tax I would launch a judicial review into the validity of deemed tax in the ITA, its application in the regulations and the application of tax relief as it pertains to deemed tax under the fairness provision.

but that's just me lol.  

im sure you all know how I feel about this subject but just in case you didn't im sure you do now.

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Post by Guest on Wed 18 Jun 2014, 09:04

thought id repost this with a little bit extra added as to years to fill in .

ok I was asked for this so here it goes .

http://www.cra-arc.gc.ca/E/pbg/tf/rc4288/rc4288-11e.pdf

that's the link for the form

this is how I filled out mine with some slite modifications as mine asked for a waiver and at this point in time you will be asking for a cancelation,

section 1

complete

section 2


question 1.

check B and circle and highlight cancelation.as best you can wright this in the line provided and you will need to use the space underneath .

cancellation of the interest portion of the QRLSP calculations (see attached 1198 calculation sheets).

2.

check other extraordinary circumstances.

delay in payment of my LTD benefits from SISIP by the government of Canada.

3.

wright in your years ( use the years you were charged deemed tax taken directly from your 1198 calculation sheet )

4.

check no

5.

you can use your own words but cover these points politely .

a/ the GOC through SISIP Manulife illegally withheld my LTD benefit payments.

b/they were taken to court and ordered to pay the benefit and all the retroactive benefits for the years in question ( see attached 1198 calc sheets ).

c/ I am asking for the cancellation of the interest portion of my 1198 calculation ( see attached 1198 calculation sheets ).

6.

n/a

section 3

you should only need to attach a copy of your calc sheet I would circle and ore highlight the deemed tax amount's. however you can attach as much as you desire.

section 4

fill in if required

sign and complete

done and done

hope you are all successful

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Post by Guest on Mon 16 Jun 2014, 22:57

you are welcome by the way cheech and chong spell it donkey smell lol.

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Post by RobbieRoyal on Mon 16 Jun 2014, 21:38

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Post by Guest on Mon 16 Jun 2014, 18:09

oh ya the years come right off your calc sheet . any year you were charged deemed tax are the years you fill in.

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Post by Guest on Mon 16 Jun 2014, 17:55

hey robbie its all layed out on page 21 of this thread with the link to the request form ( PDF ) so you can print it out first and follow the step by step in the post. if you have any further questions fire away.

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