Tax Court — And Step On It

A British Columbia tax ruling reaffirms the definition of “employees” includes taxi drivers, noting cabbies who operate company cars have “little control” over their work. “Whose business is this?” asked a federal judge in the case of six Kelowna cabbies who worked 10-hour shifts for a 40 percent split of fare receipts.

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