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Tired of wading through political rhetoric that never gets to the point? Moodys Private Client has summarized the tax announcements contained in the election platforms of the Liberals, Conservatives and NDP so that you can see how each of these political parties proposes to hit your pocketbooks for the next four years.
What’s the skinny? Full vaccination against COVID-19 is now your key to and within Canada. As of this morning (September 7, 2021), Canada’s borders are open to all travellers with appropriate travel documents (country-specific) who qualify for the fully-vaccinated traveller exemption.
On August 31, 2021, the US Department of Homeland Security (DHS) announced an extension of the agency’s…
The cost of being a US citizen living abroad extends well beyond going through the motions of staying US tax compliant annually. It includes legal/accounting fees, huge failure-to-file penalties if late (totalling tens of thousands of dollars), staying on top of the ever-changing US tax law landscape – not to mention the yearly stress, sleepless nights, and lost time in dealing with the situation.
New Canadian sales tax regime cast on digital goods and services catches non-resident businesses, both big and small
The explosion of non-resident companies using the internet to sell their digital products and services without having the need for a permanent establishment in any country has been a topic of tax policy concern for quite some time.
An individual who provides services may choose to incorporate for commercial or tax advantages. Depending on the circumstances, significant tax efficiencies can be gained by incorporating.
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