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Knowing when to classify a partnership or foreign entity as a corporation is a difficult task, made more complicated by changing CRA positions and differing definitions of partnerships amongst foreign tax authorities.
As more and more businesses choose to outsource functions to service providers, there is an increasing need for thorough Service Organization Control (SOC) reports to ensure confidence between both parties.
On April 20, 2017, the Ontario government introduced the controversial “Ontario’s Fair Housing Plan” (the Plan) which they contend is a “comprehensive package of measures to help more people find affordable homes.”
In this publication we will examine the key differences between Accounting Standards for Private Enterprises (ASPE) and International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) related to joint arrangements and associates.
If you are in the mining (or extractive) sector and are falling behind on preparing your first ESTMA report – perhaps due to a lack of time, resources, or expertise –
If you are in the mining (or extractive) sector and are falling behind on preparing your first ESTMA report – perhaps due to a lack of time, resources, or expertise – or even worse, if you haven’t even started, then this primer is for you.
If you carry on a farm business, and have significant income, transferring
the farm business to a corporation may provide some benefits as there are
tax planning opportunities which become available to you by simply incorporating.
If you carry on a business, there are many tax planning opportunities which become available to you by simply incorporating.
Own Risk Solvency Assessment (ORSA) can be an overwhelming process for property and casualty insurers, but it doesn’t have to be.
To maintain their competitive edge, many Canadian businesses devote significant resources to the scientific research and experimental development (SR&ED) of new products and processes.