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Kelly Ng

Kelly Ng

Senior Associate, Tax Litigation & Dispute Resolution, KPMG Law LLP

KPMG in Canada

Kelly has extensive experience in litigating tax cases and advising on tax disputes. In addition to assisting in various cases before the Tax Court of Canada, Ontario Superior Court of Justice and the Federal Court of Appeal, Kelly has successfully resolved many cases through the administrative process at Canada Revenue Agency or through negotiations with the Department of Justice.

Kelly regularly advises on all aspects of tax controversy, and represents both corporate taxpayers and high net-worth individuals. 

Her deep professional experience in resolving tax disputes encompasses a wide range of industries, including property development, retail, entertainment, healthcare and finance.

Kelly has experience in a variety of tax issues, including tax avoidance, computation of profit and expense deductibility, tax credits, shareholder benefits, directors’ liability, transfer pricing, gross negligence penalties, and excise tax.

Kelly has successfully managed and resolved audit and appeal disputes with the Canada Revenue Agency, obtained taxpayer relief on tax liabilities, and made voluntary disclosures to Canada Revenue Agency on behalf of clients with unreported income/offshore assets or unfiled forms/returns.

In representing clients at various stages in the litigation process, Kelly is a strong advocate with experience in crafting arguments, oral and written advocacy, and negotiations with the Department of Justice.

Education and qualifications
  • Called to the Ontario Bar, 2014

  • Admitted to the New York Bar, 2015

  • Canadian Institute of Chartered Accountants In-Depth Tax Course, 2018

  • JD, University of Toronto

  • iBBA (Hons.), Schulich School of Business, York University

Community Involvement
  • United Way, volunteer

  • Canadian Tax Foundation Steering Committee, member

  • Canadian Tax Foundation

  • The Advocates’ Society

  • New York State Bar Association

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