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Canadian entrepreneurs worried about doing business in China should rest easy—for now

It would be an understatement to say that relations between Canada and China have hit an all-time low. For the business community, the rift is causing major uncertainty and trepidation. The question on many a Canadian CEO’s mind: Should we be doing business in China right now? The short answer is: yes. But more on

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It would be an understatement to say that relations between Canada and China have hit an all-time low. For the business community, the rift is causing major uncertainty and trepidation. The question on many a Canadian CEO’s mind: Should we be doing business in China right now? The short answer is: yes. But more on

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CRA changes treatment of U.S. LLPs, LLLPs

Canadian investors received some bad news from the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) recently. Ottawa announced that it is changing the treatment of U.S. limited liability partnerships (LLPs) and limited liability limited partnerships (LLLPs). Moving forward subject to transitional relief for structures currently in place, LLPs and LLLPs will be taxed as corporations in Canada. The

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Canadian investors received some bad news from the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) recently. Ottawa announced that it is changing the treatment of U.S. limited liability partnerships (LLPs) and limited liability limited partnerships (LLLPs). Moving forward subject to transitional relief for structures currently in place, LLPs and LLLPs will be taxed as corporations in Canada. The

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Positive news on tax rules for spousal, common-law, alter ego, joint partner trusts

Effective January 1, 2016 there will be significant changes to the taxation of trusts and estates, including alter ego, joint spousal / common-law partner and spousal / common-law partner trusts. There has been significant uncertainty in the tax community as a result of the impending legislation. Specifically, the new subsection 104(13.4) of the Federal Income

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Effective January 1, 2016 there will be significant changes to the taxation of trusts and estates, including alter ego, joint spousal / common-law partner and spousal / common-law partner trusts. There has been significant uncertainty in the tax community as a result of the impending legislation. Specifically, the new subsection 104(13.4) of the Federal Income

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