Anyone had to use the P148 Objection and appeal process?
In my recent altercation with Her Majesty over RSSP contributions from 2006, it seems that I will have to use the objection process. AFAICS from the CRA instructions, I basically have to write to Chief of Appeals, in my case, in Sudbury. The instructions are a bit hard to follow since they seem to blend from this basic Objection through to appeal to Tax Court and thence the Supreme Court, all in one breath. It is not clear whether fees are due on a basic objection or whether there is anything other than a free form letter plus supporting documentation required to submit one. The time limit on an objection is 90 days, so it doesn't leave a lot of time to gather prehistoric bank records and so forth.
If anyone has done this, I would appreciate any insights into how it works at a practical level.