The Real Economy, Canada: Fall 2021
Join Joe Brusuelas and Alex Kotsopoulos on Oct. 28 as they provide insights on the current state of the Canadian middle market
Tax in Motion—2021 tax summit week
RSM’s annual conference includes sessions on federal, international, state and local tax, and keynotes from the OECD and U.S. Treasury.
2021 Federal Election: A comparison of the parties’ tax proposals
With Canadians heading to the polls on Sept. 20, the federal parties’ campaigns have proposed a number of potential tax changes.
Changes to AgriStability and AgriInvest Programs
Many Canadian farmers have benefited from the subsidy programs AgriStability and AgriInvest, both of which recently underwent some changes.
Replacement property: How to defer capital gains on farmland
Leanne Alexander outlines the capital gains tax implications of replacement farmland and offers expert guidance for farmers.
Access management: Adapting for a vanishing enterprise perimeter
Access management is evolving as companies move to the cloud. Adaptive access is critical in the changing business landscape.
Finance releases details of proposed luxury tax
Finance released details of Luxury Tax proposed to apply to the sale and importation of aircraft, new vehicles and boats of a certain value.
Finance unveils details of tax on non-resident property owners
Finance released details of the proposed ‘Underused Housing Tax’ aiming to tax underused and vacant homes owned by non-residents of Canada.
Automations impact on margin and efficiency in prof services
Professional services automation streamlines processes and efficiencies, and can improve margins and reporting.
FCA clarifies interpretation of acquisition of control rule
Taxpayers engaged in merger and acquisition transactions should be aware of the FCA’s expansive interpretation of an acquisition of control.
Generous late filing policy for rental income of non-residents
Many non-residents fail to file the subsection 216(1) return on time – but CRA may be willing to accept late-filings.
CRA puts tighter limit on qualifying rent expense for CERS
A new CRA view provides that a tenant in a non-arm’s length lease is not entitled to CERS, even for expenses paid to arm’s length parties.
Cybersecurity and digital transformation
Cybersecurity is emerging as one of the biggest barriers to digital transformation. How can companies best bridge this gap?
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.
Canadian government initiatives support electric vehicle landscape
Automotive brands have unleashed a flood of announcements over the last nine months about their intentions to become fully EV manufacturers.
Manufacturing is leading Canada’s economy out of recession, though domestic and global challenges remain, new report shows
Latest report shows that Canada’s housing market accounted for two-thirds of economic growth in first quarter, with demand likely to continue
The Real Economy, Canada: Summer 2021
The summer 2021 edition looks at Canada’s trade conundrum and efforts to diversify its trading partners to become less reliant on the U.S.
Data management and digital transformation for not-for-profits
Data management and digital transformation may not immediately appear relevant as a strategy for not-for-profit organizations (NPOs).
Making cybersecurity part of your company’s DNA
What are the questions you need to ask about your private equity investments to determine how much cybersecurity is “enough?”