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The TaxLetter: Federal Budget Roundup - No Stress
For some reason, the lead time to the release of this year's Federal Budget seemed to really make me anxious. Since the summer of 2017 when Finance dropped the would be bomb on private corporations,
Canada
4 Jul 2019
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The Passive Investment Rules And Their Associates
By now most advisors are aware that in Budget 2018 the Federal government introduced, among other things, draft legislation to amend the Income Tax Act that is often referred to as the "Passive Investment Proposals".
Canada
12 Sep 2018
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The Taxable Preferred Share Rules And The Private Corporation
This paper will focus on the rules in the Income Tax Act (Canada) relating to taxable preferred shares ("TPS") and short-term preferred shares ("STPS") as they might apply in the private corporation context.
Canada
8 Jun 2018
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The 2018 Budget - A Relief
The 2018 Federal Budget was highly anticipated (or perhaps, dreaded, in light of the flurry of announcements in 2017).
Canada
16 Apr 2018
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The TaxLetter: It's That Time, Year End Tax Planning
The holiday season is officially here – and with it comes the desire give, give, give. So with that holiday spirit in mind, my gift to you is some last- minute, tax-planning tips to cut your tax bill for 2017.
Canada
12 Feb 2018
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Private Corporations - Fall Update
A few months ago, I wrote about the cruel summer I was having trying to understand, explain and rationalize the new tax rules about private companies released on July 18.
Canada
2 Feb 2018
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Michael Goldberg Quoted In "A 93% Tax Rate? Private Corporation Tax Could Make It Possible"
Tax lawyer Michael Goldberg was quoted in "A 93% tax rate? Private corporation tax could make it possible" on why he thinks the proposed changes to the Income Tax Act will likely have a huge and unfortunate impact...
Canada
10 Aug 2017
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The TaxLetter: Federal Budget - Takeaways
According to the Liberal government, it's all about the future. And not necessarily a bright future. Rather, Finance Minister Bill Morneau spoke about getting Canadians ready for a changing world...
Canada
5 May 2017
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Sell Now! (How The 2014 Budget May Impact On Business Owners' Exit Strategies)
The federal government's 2014 Budget contained a host of changes, including "proposals" to change the taxation of eligible capital property (i.e., goodwill, patents, trademarks, intellectual property, etc.)...
Canada
25 Nov 2016
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Sell Now! (How The 2014 Budget May Impact On Business Owners' Exit Strategies)
The federal government's 2014 Budget contained a host of changes, including "proposals" to change the taxation of eligible capital property...
Canada
10 Nov 2016
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Michael Goldberg Speaks With The Bottom Line On The Effect On Businesses Of New Taxation Rules For Eligible Capital Property
Tax and succession planning lawyer, Michael Goldberg, is interviewed by Peter Merrick in The Bottom Line on the impact changes to the taxation of eligible capital property will have on businesses...
Canada
5 Sep 2016
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The TaxLetter: Taxpayer Beware
The Liberal government's Federal Budget was released on March 22, 2016, with the theme of "growing the middle class".
Canada
1 Jun 2016
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Sell Now! - How The 2016 Budget Will Impact Business Owners' Exit Strategies
Back in 2014 I wrote an article reviewing the significant impact on business owners of potential changes to the taxation of Eligible Capital Property that had been floated in the 2014 Federal Budget.
Canada
11 May 2016
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Self Employed? You May Have A June 15 Tax Filing Deadline
If you are an employee, your tax-filing deadline for 2015 returns is May 2. If you haven't filed yet, better get on with it!
Canada
3 May 2016
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Sell Now! (How The 2016 Budget Will Impact Business Owners' Exit Strategies)
Back in 2014 I wrote an article reviewing the significant impact on business owners of potential changes to the taxation of Eligible Capital Property that had been floated in the 2014 Federal Budget.
Canada
8 Apr 2016
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How To Avoid Family Business Tax Traps, Part 3
The Small Business Deduction can help slash taxes for family-owned businesses. But only if you follow the rules.
Canada
3 Dec 2015
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The TaxLetter: New Tax Order
October 2015 ushered in a new era of federal politics with the election of Justin Trudeau and his Liberal Party.
Canada
18 Nov 2015
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How To Avoid Family-Business Tax Traps
One limitation on accessing the Small Business Deduction is that you cannot incorporate multiple companies with the same ownership group in order to multiply the small business deduction.
Canada
13 Nov 2015
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The TaxLetter: Tax Traps For Shareholders Of Family-Owned Businesses
Those of you who happen to own shares in a private corporation, especially a family owned business should be aware of a couple common tax traps to avoid.
Canada
5 Oct 2015
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The TaxLetter: Tax Filing Time
We’re still in the first quarter of the calendar year and I’m already sick of hearing about tax dead- lines.
Canada
20 Apr 2015
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