The Canada Revenue Agency will appoint a new independent tax ombudsman by the fall -- creating a post similar to the Internal Revenue Service’s National Taxpayer Advocate for the first time.
The agency’s announcement followed its unveiling of an improved Taxpayer Bill of Rights, as public officials admitted that Canada's tax system has worked well for the government, but not always for taxpayers.
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