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By Marsha-laine Dungog, James Meadow, Roy Berg, Kenneth Keung
We needed to catch our breath before we could write about the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017-2018 (interchangeably, "TCJA" or "Act"), the massive tax reform bill that President Trump signed into law...
By Roy Berg
By now most Canadians are aware that the 2017 U.S. tax reform bill increased the estate tax basic exclusion amount under IRC 2010(c)(3) from US $5m (US $5.49m for 2017) to US $10m ...
By Kim G.C. Moody
After a flurry of submissions—more than 21,000—to the Department of Finance regarding the July 18, 2017 private corporation tax proposals, the minister of finance made a number of announcements between October 16 and 20.
By Kenneth Keung
Knowing whether or not the Tax on Split Income rules apply to your situation can be difficult. We've created a simplified flow chart to help you navigate the various factors that may affect...
By Kenneth Keung
On December 13, 2017, the tax and business community finally got the chance to review version two of the tax on split income ("TOSI") or the so-called "income sprinkling" proposals.
By Kim G.C. Moody
The media frenzy and uproar over the July 18, 2017 tax proposals that had been routine throughout the summer and early fall has quieted down significantly ever since Minister Morneau's "Santa Claus" ...
By Kim G.C. Moody
Not much has happened in the ongoing saga of the Canadian private corporation tax proposals since we last wrote about them.
By Greg Gartner
The second week of November holds a special place in my heart; harvest is generally done, calves are being shipped and the Canadian Finals Rodeo and Farmfair descends upon Edmonton.
By Alexander Marino, Kevin Kirkpatrick
Oscar Wilde's characters quipped in multiple instances that "when good Americans die they go to Paris," while bad Americans stay in America.
By Kenneth Keung, Kim G.C. Moody
The government must have been surprised by the ferocity of the outcry and therefore made a number of announcements over the course of October 16 to 19, 2017 to "tweak" the proposals.
By Azam Rajan
At that time, it was clear that the United States was moving toward becoming a friendlier place for entrepreneurs and companies to expand their footprint.
By Greg Gartner, Elan Harper
The latest chapter in the ongoing battle against Ottawa's proposed changes to private company taxation unfolded this week.
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."
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