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By Wes Priebe
Economic downturns—like the one recently experienced by Canada's oil and gas (O&G) sector—call for innovative thinking.
By Grant Thornton
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By Grant Thornton
On July 18, 2017 the Department of Finance released a consultation paper, Tax Planning Using Private Corporations, targeting the following three tax planning strategies involving the use of private corporations:
By Grant Thornton
Have you ever considered donating publicly traded securities—such as stocks and bonds— to a charity?
By Simone Brunton
In business, change is par for the course. But unlike changes in market forces or consumer behaviours, separation and divorce can pose unique challenges for private business owners on both...
By Sunil Chand
If May's global WannaCry ransomware cyber-attack taught us one thing, it's that in today's technologically-advanced business environment...
By Martha Oner
Experience shows that investment in innovative high-growth sectors helps to drive global competitiveness and sustainable economic growth.
By Martha Oner
Innovation has become one of the most important features of our new Canadian economy, with the goal of promoting our country's corporate growth and job creation.
By Martha Oner
Part one of a three part series of Budget 2017 decoded: Innovation and our Canadian economy.
By Grant Thornton
On April 6, 2017, Newfoundland and Labrador Finance Minister Cathy Bennett tabled the province's 2017-18 budget.
By Cheralee Rutledge
Determining how—and how much—to pay yourself is a difficult decision for any private business owner.
By Simone Brunton
You're working hard in your business—so hard, in fact, that there's literally no time to work on it anymore
By Grant Thornton
The findings, from Grant Thornton's most recent quarterly global survey of 2,600 businesses in 37 economies, suggest that business leaders are putting a period of uncertainty...
By Jim Menzies
As far as Canadian manufacturing exporters were concerned, 2016 was rife with possibilities. At the end of 2015, oil prices—and the loonie—were in free-fall, and the US was poised to make a significant rebound.
By Grant Thornton
With the 2017 federal budget likely due to be released in late February or March, there is speculation that the government may curtail the preferential tax treatment afforded to gains on the disposition of capital property
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