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By Moodys Gartner Tax Law LLP
Ever since the release of the July 18, 2017 private corporation tax proposals by the Canadian government, our firm has been very active in studying the proposals and informing the public of the consequences...
By Greg Gartner
I don't write as many blogs as other members of my firm, however, today my concern rose enough to put fingers to keyboard.
By Kenneth Keung, Kim G.C. Moody
On July 18, 2017, the Liberal Government announced a significant set of tax proposals purported to close "tax loopholes" and "strategies that can result in high-income individuals gaining tax advantages that are not available to most Canadians."
By Kim G.C. Moody
Well, no better way to ruin a summer for tax professionals and small business owners than for the government to drop a tax package containing some of the most pervasive tax policy changes...
By Kim G.C. Moody
That day, and most of my summer since, have been anything but a vacation.
By Kim G.C. Moody, Kenneth Keung
On July 18, 2017, a blockbuster package of proposed tax law changes (the "proposals") aimed at private corporations and their shareholders, was released by the Department of Finance.
By Alexander Marino
US citizens living in Australia, and around the world, are finding themselves facing the very difficult decision to keep or renounce their US citizenship.
By Moodys Gartner Tax Law LLP
Are you a US citizen living abroad? Did you know that the US taxes on both citizenship and residency? If you're a US citizen, you are required to file yearly tax returns with the IRS – even if you don't live on US soil.
By Elan Harper, Kim G.C. Moody, Greg Gartner, Lauchlin MacEachern
The federal government continues to implement its agenda in respect of tax changes for small and medium sized private businesses, announcing further measures to increase taxation of this vital sector...
By Roy Berg, Kevin Kirkpatrick
As another season of summer travel starts, UK residents with US ties should make sure they are thinking carefully about their US tax obligations.
By Roy Berg
US citizens residing outside the United States may find that they owe US tax when they've borrowed local currency to finance a primary residence
By Roy Berg, Marsha-laine Dungog
Recent surveys by industry experts confirm that more workers are undertaking international assignments, from long-term, short-term, one-way transfers to locally hired personnel.
By Kim G.C. Moody
Recently, I had the honour and pleasure of speaking at one of Canada's premier tax and estate planning conferences.
By Alexander Marino, Kevin Kirkpatrick
The United Kingdom and the United States share a strong bond, and U.S. citizenship or permanent resident status allows access to the largest economy in the world.
By Amandeep Hayer
The Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) has implemented a new policy where "accused" tax evaders are subject to fingerprinting.
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