Notice Of Objection
Has Your GST/HST Rebate Request Been Denied?
If you applied for the GST/HST Tax Rebate but received a Notice of Assessment back from the CRA denying your claim and don’t know what to do next, you’ve come to the right place. We’re Sproule + Associates and we’ve been assisting Canadian homeowners and real estate investors receive maximum rebates for their owner-built homes, new residential rental properties, and substantially renovated homes. We’re firm believers that you deserve to have that money back in your pocket which is why we’re proud to offer our reliable, cost-effective and trustworthy services to those that need it most, including if you require a Notice of Objection to be filed on your behalf. We know you may have lots of questions, so allow us to answer them here and go into more detail during your consultation with one of our friendly and professional tax experts.
What Is A Notice of Assessment?
If you receive a Notice of Assessment after applying for a GST/HST Rebate denying your request, it’s important to remember not to panic. We may still be able to help you and you are completely entitled to filing a Notice of Objection within 90 days. But first of all, are you even aware of what a Notice of Assessment is? Let’s go over the basics first.
When you send in your taxes every year (whether it’s on your own or with the help of a tax professional) you’ll receive a Notice of Assessment outlining what you’re expected to get back in return from the government, or what you owe. Differences in numbers between what you came up with and what they came up with on the assessment will be reviewed on the Notice of Assessment. In the case of income taxes, the assessment will typically arrive two weeks after filing.
However, mistakes can happen when you apply for the GST/HST Rebate and you may notice changes on your assessment. This could occur for a few different reasons including an overlooked mistake, information is missing, information is outdated, pages are missing, you didn’t meet the deadline to apply for the GST/HST Tax Rebate, and more. You must always make sure the information you’re sending in is accurate and precise which is why we also encourage clients to keep every receipt outlining the HST they’ve paid towards their new property renovations. As mentioned above, if you disagree with the information on your assessment, you have 90 days to file a Notice of Objection.
What Is A Notice of Objection?
If you disagree with the information on your assessment from the CRA, you should file a Notice of Objection and have a professional assist you as the paperwork can be complex.
Applying for GST/HST New Housing Rebate or filing a Notice of Objection with the right information can be tough, but that’s why our team is here for you – to assist you through the process from start to finish. We take care of the entire process for you so you don’t have too. From filling out the confusing paperwork with the necessary information for you, sending your application to the CRA, filing a Notice of Objection, and representing you during any discussions with the CRA, you can count on us to deliver exceptional client satisfaction.
What A Notice of Objection Entails
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Looking for more information on our services? Do you want to know if you’re eligible to receive a GST/HST Rebate in the first place? Then fill out a consultation form with the required information today and receive a reply in a timely manner by one of our skilled and experienced associates. Or, if you’d prefer, give us a call or send an email and let us know how we can help you. Don’t wait. A Notice of Objection should be filed within 90 days of receiving your assessment letter and with our dedicated services, we can help you. Worried about what it will cost? There are no risks when you contact us. It’s that simple!