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Bill C-208: The saga continues...

Bill C-208: The saga continues...

Bill C-208 has received Royal Assent and is now law, but legislative amendments are expected to support only bona fide business transitions.

  • Jen Reid, Chetna Thapar
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  • July 21, 2021
Bold new international tax reform

Bold new international tax reform

Shortly after the G7 agreement, 130 countries and jurisdictions agreed to work collaboratively to reform the international taxation rules.

  • Jiani Qian, Nakul Kohli
  • |
  • July 09, 2021
Canadian resident directors no longer needed for Ontario corporations

Canadian resident directors no longer needed for Ontario corporations

Effective July 5, 2021, Ontario corporations will no longer be required to have at least 25% of their directors be resident in Canada.

  • Jiani Qian, Chetna Thapar
  • |
  • June 25, 2021
Will Bill C-208 reduce tax on inter-generational business transfers?

Will Bill C-208 reduce tax on inter-generational business transfers?

Bill C-208 proposes changes to the tax treatment of inter-generational transfers of farm, fishing and small business corporations.

  • Jen Reid, Chetna Thapar
  • |
  • June 09, 2021
Global Minimum Tax Agreement reached by G7

Global Minimum Tax Agreement reached by G7

Building off OECD’s Pillars One and Two, the G7 leaders agreed to global tax reform measures targeting large international companies.

  • Sean McNama
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  • June 07, 2021
Canada’s 2021 budget: Impact on the consumer products industry

Canada’s 2021 budget: Impact on the consumer products industry

The Federal Budget announced new, and extensions to existing, economic recovery measures for businesses in the consumer products industry.

Is CRA implementing a new authorization policy?

Is CRA implementing a new authorization policy?

Do you need to speak to CRA on behalf of corporation? CRA appears to be implementing a new requirement for level 3 authorization.

  • Sigita Bersenas, Jen Reid
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  • May 17, 2021
Will you be able to file your taxes on time this year?

Will you be able to file your taxes on time this year?

The pandemic continues and CRA has refused to provide an extension to the April 30 deadline. What should you do if you cannot file on time?

  • Jen Reid, Yoni Moussadji
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  • April 23, 2021

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