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Tax Insights: 2018 Year-end special edition

Tax developments and planning opportunities

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We are pleased to present the following year-end materials to support your Canadian, U.S. and international tax compliance and planning efforts.

Year-end tax planner 2018: Corporate tax updates

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Year-end tax planner 2018: Corporate tax updates

Federal highlights include the new refundable dividend tax regime, tax on split income and accelerated tax depreciation.

  • Talwinder Singh, Betsy Qin
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  • November 30, 2018
Year-end tax planner 2018: Planning for personal tax updates

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Year-end tax planner 2018: Planning for personal tax updates

Canadian personal tax highlights include updates to the voluntary disclosure program and the home relocation loans deduction.

  • Adrian Sellakumar
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  • November 30, 2018
Year-end tax planner 2018: Key US & international tax updates

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Year-end tax planner 2018: Key US & international tax updates

U.S. tax reform and modifications to foreign affiliate rules are some of the international tax highlights from 2018.

  • Nico Villanueva, Jiani Qian
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  • November 30, 2018

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