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By Brian Foster
Whichever approach may be right for your company, don't let talent shortages sway you from achieving your analytical aspirations.
By Kevyn Nightingale
On March 13, 2018 the U.S. Internal Revenue Service (IRS) announced it will be shutting down the Offshore Voluntary Disclosure Program (OVDP) in September.
By Annette Bester
Future growth and sustainability for credit unions is dependent on adapting to changing times, including finding new and innovative ways to attract and retain members.
By Richard Wise
In determining the Fair Market Value ("FMV") for income tax purposes, "valuation discounts" are usually the most contested items when it comes to family-held minority shares.
By Kevyn Nightingale
I've written before about American citizens giving up citizenship, and green-card holders giving up that status.
By   MNP
Effective July 01, 2015, this date marks the beginning in the gradual reduction in Recaptured Input Tax Credits (RITC) requirements for large business with annual sales greater than $10 million...
By John Frim
Before 2015, the election did not have to be filed with the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA); rather, it had to be kept on file in case the CRA wanted to see it.
By Melinda Nguyen
On June 24, 2015, the World Customs Organization (WCO) published the WCO Guide to Customs Valuation and Transfer Pricing (the Guide).
By Geoff McIntyre
Spring always tends to bring a renewed sense of optimism, and for the BC Wine Industry, there seems to be good reason for cautious optimism for what lies ahead during the remainder of 2015.
By Angeline Zioulas
The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) released an implementation package on June 8, 2015 for its country-by-country reporting template...
By Angeline Zioulas
Businesses that operate globally continue to face complex tax issues, and transfer pricing – the practice of establishing arm's-length prices for related-party cross-border transactions – has become more important than ever.
By Matthew McGuire
Anti-money laundering and anti-terrorist financing measures are designed to deprive criminals and terrorists of the financial means to pursue their objectives.
By Lynne Fisher
Just thinking about selling or retiring from your business can cause anxiety—and with it comes a host of questions: Will I have enough to retire?
By Keith Fonstad
At MNP, not only do we believe in the power of creating a strong vision with our clients, we also practice it with our own business to great success.
By Jeff Harrison
Nothing is more certain than death and taxes.
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