Tax Agents Hit Wine Charities

Canada Revenue Agency is pointing to “red flags” at charity wine actions, accusing appraisers of grossly inflating values to boost tax credits. An agency directive claims unnamed appraisers overprice wines at three to five times the market value for buyers claiming a 29% charity credit: ‘They know full well a bottle they receipt for $1000 will sell for $200’.

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