Guess His Luck Ran Out

A businessman who claimed he made most of his money at the casino has had to fold ‘em in Tax Court. Canada Revenue concluded the man under-reported his business income 72% by posing as a lucky gambler. Casino winnings are not taxable in Canada: ‘There is a problem’.

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