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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.
By Roy Berg
The IRS started to accept 2016 individual tax returns on January 23, 2017. A nonresident alien individual must renew his or her Individual Taxpayer Identification Number (ITIN) in order to file...
By Moodys Gartner Tax Law LLP
The 2017 Federal Budget contains a proposal to repeal section 34 of the Income Tax Act (the "Act").
By Kenneth Keung
Subsection 55(2) of the Act2 was introduced on December 11, 1979, and until now, this provision of the Act has, by and large, remained the same.
By Kenneth Keung
This is one of two papers covering subsection 55(2) presented at the 2017 Canadian Tax Foundation (CTF) Prairies conference.
By Marsha-laine Dungog
Complying with Australian superannuation reforms by 1 July will trigger not just double, but triple, taxation by the US on their superannuation contributions, earnings and distributions.
By Marsha-laine Dungog
Last May 4, President Trump and Prime Minister Turnbull celebrated the 75th anniversary of the Battle of the Coral Sea in New York aboard the USS Intrepid, a World War II aircraft carrier.
By Elan Harper
During the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) roundtable at the International Fiscal Association (IFA) conference in Toronto earlier this week, the CRA announced "administrative grandfathering" for...
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