Subscriptions to the Canadian Tax Journal
The Canadian Tax Journal is published quarterly by the Canadian Tax Foundation. The subscription year is January to December. Partial year sub subscription are not accepted, however, individual copies may be purchased without a subscription.
The Foundation offers two types of subscription:
CTJ – Canadian Tax Journal – 4 issues per year in hardcopy
CTJ Plus* – Canadian Tax Journal in hardcopy plus electronic access to the following online publications:
- Canadian Tax Highlights (CTH) – published monthly
- Tax for the Owner/Manager (TOM) – published quarterly
- The Arnold Report (TAR) – published on an ad hoc basis
- Annual Conference Report (ACR) – published annually
* Note – electronic access is provided via log in to the CTF website. Username and password will be assigned to the Subscriber by CTF.
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The CTF Subscription Order Form must be completed for all new orders. Subscriptions cannot be placed via the website. Orders placed by Subscription Agencies must include the CTF ID# assigned to the Agency. A CTF ID# will be assigned to the Subscriber on receipt of the order and the CTF ID# will be communicated to the Agency and/or Subscriber. Payment by credit card or cheque must accompany the order. Payments must clearly identify the Subscriber.
Subscription orders received after the first issue has been distributed will be back-dated to January 1st and any back issues will be sent on receipt of payment. Unless otherwise requested, subscription orders received in November/December will begin the following January.
The CTF issues subscription renewal notices approximately 6 weeks in advance of the renewal date. Payment is required prior to the renewal date. A copy of the subscription renewal notice should accompany payments made by cheque. Payments must include the CTF ID# assigned to the Subscriber and the Subscription Agency (if applicable). Payments received by the CTF that do not comply with these terms will be returned to the sender.
Non-delivery of an issue of the Canadian Tax Journal must be reported to the Subscriptions Department (firstname.lastname@example.org) within 8 weeks of publishing date. Claims will be investigated and replacement issue(s) shipped as soon as possible.