Expenses allowed by Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) can be added back to an individual’s income by the court if the expenses have a personal benefit.
Review the Federal Child Support Guidelines and existing caselaw to gain a greater understanding of which expenses are commonly added back by the court and how a gross-up formula works. Consider a practical starting point for evaluating financial statements to determine Guideline income.
This on-demand program originally broadcast on April 12, 2022. Total running time is 1 hour, 40 minutes.
Sierra Yanush, Bell and Stock LLP
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