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By Karen Slezak, BBA, CPA, CA, CFP, TEP
With the dramatic increase in real-estate values over the past few years, many Canadians will face a hefty tax bill when they die.
By Rukshana Dinshaw, BA, CPA, CA
Financial reporting is undergoing several upcoming changes in 2018. We've summarized the new measures and discuss how they may impact you.
By Crowe Soberman's Tax Group
Dividends, on the other hand, may cost the family unit less in current taxes.
By Crowe Soberman's Tax Group
Contributions to an RDSP are not tax deductible and can be made until the end of the year in which the beneficiary turns 59 years of age.
By Crowe Soberman's Tax Group
A 75-day consultation period followed (in the peak of summer) and practitioners rushed to submit their comments to the Department of Finance expressing their concerns regarding the proposals.
By Susan Hodkinson, BA
Late last month, Bill 148 was passed by the Ontario Government, amending both the Employment Standards Act, 2000 and the Labour Relations Act, 1995, as a result of the "Changing Workplaces Review" report.
By Daniel Mahne
At first glance, renting out a home seems to have simple tax consequences; if you made positive income, you should pay tax on it.
By Crowe Soberman LLP
From our annual Tax Tips guide, here are the 3 tips and suggestions related to Interest Deductibility and Tax-Free Savings Accounts for the year 2017.
By Crowe Soberman's Tax Group
From our annual Tax Tips guide, here are the tips and suggestions related to Investment Income, Capital Gains and Losses for the year 2017.
By Adam Scherer, BA, CPA, CA, David Silber, Jeffrey Steinberg, BA, CPA, CA
In this issue of INFocus we have compiled the Best Of 2017 from the Sports and Entertainment practice addressing a broad range of topics relevant to these industries.
By Silvia Jacinto, BComm, MTax
Our annual Tax Tips can assist you in your tax planning presenting some quick ideas and strategies for you to employ. Please take the time to review your 2017 tax situation...
By Daniel Ling
Operating with no central authority or bank, Bitcoin is one of many digital currencies (also knowns as cryptocurrencies) rising in popularity, which makes the related income tax rules even more pertinent than ever.
By Alexandra Spinner, BA, MMPA, CPA, CA, TEP
"It's a common scenario," says Ali Spinner, a tax partner specializing in estate planning at Crowe Soberman LLP in Toronto. "In many cases, one spouse is more financially savvy than the other. When that spouse passes, the surviving spouse is forced to become the driver of financial decisions, and become very knowledgeable, very quickly."
By Karyn Lipman, BComm, CPA, CA, Adam Gur, Gregory Buteyn (Crowe GHP Horwath))
First, the framework is aiming at reducing the U.S. corporate tax rate from 35 per cent to 20 per cent.
By Daniel Mahne
Your employer is required to withhold a certain amount from your pay for Canadian tax purposes, but may be able to apply for exemption.
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