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These tables provide an illustration of how the Canadian income tax integration system works. Integration is approximate.
Even if the boom is leveling off now, we do not expect telehealth use and investments ever to go back to pre-pandemic levels.
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The current economic environment presents financial institutions with challenges to estimating credit losses on their loan portfolios.
The Canada Federal Court of Appeals decision in Pangaea raises new considerations on the definition of restrictive covenants.
Corporations residing in Canada are subject to corporate income tax on worldwide income. Review the 2020-2021 corporate income tax rates.
In the current environment, firms need to address their digital strategy to remain competitive and deliver the value to their clients.
As construction companies continue to deal with the fallout from COVID-19, they should look toward technology to help grow their operations.
If a security breach occurs during the holding period, it jeopardizes the overall investment objectives, hence the need for cyber diligence.
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