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Bruce Ball, national tax partner at BDO Canada LLP in Toronto.

As tax season approaches, it is important for small and medium-sized business owners to keep in mind some of the most common errors and wisest moves to avoid getting on the wrong side of the Canada Revenue Agency.

Want some help in handling your own or your business's tax affairs?

Bruce Ball, a national tax partner with BDO Canada LLP in Toronto, was online to take your questions. See below. You can also read some of his and other experts' tips here.

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Mr. Ball, who is head of the firm's national tax department, has more than 20 years of experience as a chartered accountant, providing tax advice to entrepreneurial businesses. As national tax partner, he oversees the firm's tax practice. His credentials include being a former member of the Canada Revenue Agency's action tax force on small business issues.

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