If a security breach occurs during the holding period, it jeopardizes the overall investment objectives, hence the need for cyber diligence.
As construction companies continue to deal with the fallout from COVID-19, they should look toward technology to help grow their operations.
Corporations residing in Canada are subject to corporate income tax on worldwide income. Review the 2020-2021 corporate income tax rates.
The Canada Federal Court of Appeals decision in Pangaea raises new considerations on the definition of restrictive covenants.
Taking advantage of SRED programs can create immediate benefit for taxpayers. Review rates and prerequisites taxpayers need to comply with.
Find out how shareholder benefits could arise and the potential income tax implications as a result of the In Laliberté vs Canada decision.
In the current environment, firms need to address their digital strategy to remain competitive and deliver the value to their clients.
This edition discusses the following topics: How to avoid common scams during Covid-19; Understanding COVID-19 federal government support; Understanding digital and electronic signatures; and ...
While IT updates require some investment of money and management time, they could actually protect your business from catastrophe.
An overview of several indirect tax issues that affect the cash flow of businesses across the real estate and construction sectors.
Many deals stalled as the pandemic began, prompting investors to look at turning transaction costs into cash flow—but beware of pitfalls.
The pandemic’s disproportionate effect on the Canadian economy and what to expect amidst worldwide decreases in demand and investment.