Selected tax policy and administrative developments.
Oil and gas and mining companies operating in Canada may want to review and comment on two consultation papers recently released by Natural Resources Canada.
If you are involved in preparing financial reports, certain 2015 income tax changes may need to be reflected in your interim period or year-end financial statements.
Prince Edward Island Finance Minister Allen Roach delivered the province’s 2015 budget on June 19, 2015.
Alberta has introduced new tax brackets including a personal top marginal bracket of 15% that will be phased in for the 2015 tax year, and increased the corporate income tax rate to 12% (from 10%) effective July 1, 2015, among other changes.
Canadian corporations that receive dividends from other Canadian corporations may be adversely affected by the recently expanded anti-avoidance rule that recharacterizes certain tax-free inter-corporate dividends as capital gains subject to tax.
Today Newfoundland and Labrador Finance Minister Ross Wiseman delivered the province’s 2015 budget.
Today Manitoba Finance Minister Jennifer Howard delivered the province’s 2015 budget.
Today Ontario Finance Minister Charles Sousa delivered the province’s 2015 budget.
Finance Minister Joe Oliver delivered Canada's 2015 federal budget earlier today, April 21, 2015.
Canadian multinationals with foreign affiliates will want to closely monitor the OECD’s recent recommendations for potential changes to member countries’ controlled foreign company (CFC) rules.
Nova Scotia Finance Minister Diana Whalen delivered the province’s 2015 budget.
If you are a high income taxpayer or own your own business in Alberta, you should consider revising your personal tax plan, in light of changes in the 2015 Alberta budget.
Finance Minister Joe Oliver will deliver the Conservative government’s 2015 federal budget on Tuesday April 21, 2015.
New Brunswick Finance Minister Roger Melanson delivered the province’s 2015 budget on March 31, 2015.
Today Alberta Finance Minister Robin Campbell delivered the province’s 2015 budget.
Today, Quebec’s Minister of Finance and the Economy, Carlos Leitão, delivered the province’s 2015 budget.
Saskatchewan's Minister of Finance Ken Krawetz delivered the province’s 2015 budget.
It appears the CRA may be gearing up for more audit challenges of intercompany management fees, based on the guidance it released in two new Transfer Pricing Memorandums in January 2015.
British Columbia Finance Minister Michael de Jong delivered the province’s 2015 budget on February 17, 2015
Companies in the real estate industry should be aware that the CRA and Revenue Quebec may be scrutinizing GST/HST and QST compliance areas relating to their sector in 2015.
Canada’s tax incentives for charitable donations are designed to make it easier for you to support your favourite charities.
Businesses that sell services and intangible goods to other businesses or consumers across international borders may have to change the way they collect VAT or GST on these transactions.
Many insurers are affected by Quebec’s recent tax increase on automobile insurance premiums to 9% (from 5%) effective starting in 2015.
If you import goods into Canada and the price of those goods is adjusted downwards after importation, you may be eligible for a refund of customs duty due to a change in Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) policy.
Some mutual and segregated fund managers should act now to review their QST remittance to identify errors and potentially benefit from a proposed transitional measure.
The OECD proposes to improve the Mutual Agreement Procedure for resolving taxation disputes between countries.
If you are involved in preparing financial reports for corporations or other organizations, certain 2014 income tax changes may need to be reflected in your year-end financial statements under IFRS, ASPE or U.S. GAAP.