Stop worrying about being audited.
Add Audit Defence to your return and get a tax pro on your side.

Even 100% accurate tax returns get audited.

There's always a chance you'll get audited, even if your return is 100% accurate. That's why TurboTax offers Audit Defence. For a flat fee of $39.99 per return, an Audit Defence representative will:

  • Work on your behalf to defend your return to the CRA
  • Review your tax return and related documents for problem areas
  • Handle and review correspondence with the CRA
  • Minimize the financial impact of an audit
  • Schedule and attend all audit appointments with the CRA

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Income Tax Audit Canada

Knowledgeable experts on your side.

TurboTax works with Canada TaxResources Inc., the oldest and largest income tax audit defence in North America with a history of defending Canadian taxpayers for over 25 years. Each Audit Defence rep handles more audits per month than most tax preparers or attorneys handle in a lifetime. You get personal service and extensive experience.

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How to purchase Audit Defence.

You can purchase Audit Defence from within TurboTax Online and TurboTax Desktop while you are preparing your taxes. If you've already prepared your taxes, you can still purchase Audit Defence.

How to purchase Audit Defence after you’ve already purchased TurboTax Online or Desktop.


Audit Defence for TurboTax Business Incorporated Is $49.99
You can add Audit Defence to TurboTax Business Incorporated, too. Get the advanced knowledge you need to manage a business tax audit - for just $49.99 per return.

Income Tax Audit Canada - Testimonial

Praise for Canada TaxResources Inc., Providers of Audit Defence.

"Just a short note to let you know how much I appreciate your expertise in handling our audit earlier this year. Believe me, I have certainly recommended your agency to my friends. Most of them could not believe that a person could go through a three-year audit and end up not owing a cent to the government's money managers!"