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By Bud Arnold
Farmers and farm corporations in supply management sectors buy and sell quota regularly.
By Daryl Hooley, Serene Lee
Canada has more than 170,000 charitable and not-for-profit organizations, 85,000 of which are registered with the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA).
By John S. Lee
On September 27, 2017 the Republican Party released their long anticipated proposal for U.S. tax reform. The key takeaways of the framework have been summarized below.
By Jonathan Gehrts
U.S. persons (U.S. citizens or green card holders) living in Canada or abroad who have investments outside the U.S. should be aware of the potentially onerous tax filing requirements...
By Ralph Neate B.Sc., CPA, CA, TEP
From an investment perspective, mutual funds and exchange-traded funds (ETFs) make sense for many Canadians. They allow them to reduce investment risk by diversifying their holdings through exposure to...
By Abe Zylberlicht, CPA, CA, CBV, Riccardo Zerbino
In its Consultation Paper and draft legislation released July 18, 2017, the Department of Finance proposes to restrict the lifetime capital gains exemption (LCGE). The Department of Finance indicates...
By Katherine Lamont
On July 18, 2017, Minister of Finance Bill Morneau proposed comprehensive changes to the taxation of private corporations, based on concerns that private corporations "give unfair tax advantages...
By Douglas Kroetsch
Coming out of their annual board meeting, Collins Barrow is urging the Canadian government to delay the enactment of measures that profoundly change the taxation of private corporations and their shareholders...
By Jamie Welsh, Jonathan Nichols
Knowing as much as possible about your customers is extremely valuable.
By Jason Melo, Derek Krakana
With farmland values on the rise in Canada, many farmers are contemplating selling some or all of the land used in their farming businesses.
By Jason Melo
In many cases, foreign companies doing business in Canada are in need of additional expertise to effectively navigate the Canadian tax system.
By Betsy Qin, Sameer Noormohamed
The Department of Finance's September 8, 2017 release of draft GST/HST legislation introduces the newly defined "investment limited partnership" and a series of legislative amendments that will apply...
By Stephen Rupnarain
As proposed in the March 22, 2017 budget, every professional must include year-end work-in-progress (WIP) into taxable income effective for taxation years beginning after March 21, 2017.
By John Clausen, Michael Rose
When growing through mergers and acquisitions, there are generally two distinct types of acquisitions: (1) the platform acquisition and (2) subsequent one-off acquisitions.
By Shauntelle Hoffman
Canadians selling U.S. real estate face a number of challenges, most notably the difficulty in finding someone with special training on this topic.
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