Will you be able to file your taxes on time this year?
The pandemic continues and CRA has refused to provide an extension to the April 30 deadline. What should you do if you cannot file on time?
2021 Canada Federal Budget: Detailed Commentary
Understand the implications on middle-market businesses from the Canada Federal Budget released on April 19, 2021.
2021 Ontario Budget commentary
The Budget implements several tax measures to stimulate the economy and to support businesses and individuals hardest hit by COVID-19.
2021 tax season has officially launched
February 22 marked the official launch of the 2021 tax season and new measures are already in place in light of an unprecedented 2020.
The Changing Investor Landscape Under COVID-19
While 2021 may turn into a feeding frenzy for private equity, longer-term investors can remain as selective as they’ve always been.
Tax considerations on troubled business acquisitions
For middle market businesses, tax considerations can weigh heavily on how a deal is structured and the future viability of the transaction.
Customs and trade implications for 2020 year-end planning
2020 changes to customs regulations and agreements provide opportunity to review supply chain and trade compliance to mitigate risk/cost.
Employee home office expense deduction simplified
The CRA has released new guidance for claiming the employee home office expense deduction in 2020 due to COVID-19.
Beyond COVID-19: Tactical tips for commercial construction firms
This article offers tips to help companies effectively preserve liquidity and manage cash flow as the pandemic continues.
Tax updates in Canada in response to COVID-19
Our tax alert summarizes the latest tax measures by federal and certain provincial government authorities amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Reduce indirect tax related costs and risks in not-for-profit sector
The article focuses on indirect tax strategies for organizations in the not-for-profit sector to improve liquidity and reduce risk.
Laying the foundation for construction’s IT future
As construction companies continue to deal with the fallout from COVID-19, they should look toward technology to help grow their operations.
Upgrading your IT security doesn’t have to break the bank
While IT updates require some investment of money and management time, they could actually protect your business from catastrophe.
When deals stall: Turning transaction costs into cash flow
Many deals stalled as the pandemic began, prompting investors to look at turning transaction costs into cash flow—but beware of pitfalls.
Considering COVID-19 CERB benefits when determining IRB entitlements
How should the COVID-19-related Canada Emergency Response Benefit be treated in determining income replacement benefit entitlements?
Ways to optimize estate planning in the wake of COVID-19
A Capital Dividend Account allows a shareholder to access corporate surplus tax-free, but timing is critical.
Managing risk in pandemic times
Events like COVID-19 can have a pervasive impact on law firm operations and places renewed emphasis on risk management practices.
A guide to the Government of Canada’s programs and funding to help individuals and businesses in response to COVID-19.
Indirect tax strategies can improve liquidity and risk during COVID-19
We set out some basic indirect tax strategies, considerations and practices to generate or preserve cash flow during these difficult times.
Federal government postpones deadlines for duties and taxes on imports
This change is on top of the announcement from the CBSA on March 19, 2020 which gave importers relief from late accounting penalties.