Making Life Less Taxing: Pay Attention to Your Taxes So You Can Pay Less Tax and Build a Strong, Smarter Canada

Making Life Less Taxing: Pay Attention to Your Taxes So You Can Pay Less Tax and Build a Strong, Smarter Canada

by Kim G C Moody




Making Life Less Taxing is written with the taxpayer in mind. It is your guide to become better informed about your tax situation and truly understand your tax system. Kim argues that every day should be tax day, not just April 30th!

The book will:

  • Clear up the misunderstandings out there about taxes
  • Make an argument for tax reformation and how it can benefit Canadian society on a larger scale
  • Distill the complex (and often overwhelming and scary) world of taxes into easy-to-understand material
  • Help the reader to lay out a plan of attack and consider all the what-ifs

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781952106262
Publisher: Moodys Tax Law LLP
Publication date: 03/23/2020
Pages: 140
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.30(d)

About the Author

KIM G. C. MOODY'S primary area of expertise is tax and estate planning for owner-managers of private corporations and executives, particularly those who have entered into the tax complexities that come with being affluent. Though admittedly not one himself, he also works with many professional athletes (a guy has got to dream after all). Kim is driven to innovate new and better ways to do things for the clients he serves and other professionals in the tax profession. His relentless obsession with getting to know everything in the Tax Act makes him a highly sought-out resource for peers and clients. He also recently fulfilled his long-standing goal of receiving admission into law school and is currently exploring ways to fit this ambition into his busy schedule. He lives in Calgary, AB, Canada with his wife, four sons (although some of the sons are moving out!) and the family dog - Max.

Table of Contents

Chapter 1: Who Knows More About Taxes, Seinfeld or Kramer?

Chapter 2: You’re Probably Paying More Taxes Than You Should Be

Chapter 3: Every Day Should Be Tax Day, Not Just April 30

Chapter 4: Tax Avoidance versus Tax Evasion: Are You Playing Audit Roulette?

Chapter 5: Fairness, Certainty, Convenience, and Economy

Chapter 6: It Shouldn’t Be the Practitioners versus the Bureaucrats

Chapter 7: Anyone Can Say, “I Can Do Your Taxes”—So Buyer, Beware

Chapter 8: What Do the Wealthy Really Owe?

Chapter 9: Is It Fake News?

Chapter 10: So How, Exactly, Should We Tax?

Chapter 11: Should We Continue the Conversation?

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