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"Misinterpreting an income tax rule or regulation can cost a taxpayer fines, penalties and --- where the misinterpretation is willful and negligent - may also result in criminal charges. Ignorance is no excuse when dealing with government or other regulatory protocols: not for the business owner, not for the directors/trustees, and not for the bookkeeper." "In Canada, taxpayers are required to self-assess the income tax they owe. Thus the primary obligation for ensuring that all income is correctly calculated and reported, that all taxes due are properly calculated and remitted, and that all documentation needed to support the income tax filing rest with the taxpayer". Proper documentation must be retained for a period of 6 years after the date of the Notice of Assessment or Notice of Reassessment for the income tax year to which the documentation relates. While the criminal law is nominally based on the premise that an accused is "innocent until proven guilty", when an income tax assessment is raised, the taxpayer is presumed to be "guilty until proven otherwise". It is the obligation of the taxpayer to prove" otherwise".