Ever wonder how to deal with tax on real estate sales in Canada? If you own a rental property or a real estate investment in Canada, and have sold or are thinking of selling, read this article for helpful tax tips that can save you thousands. Continue reading

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Do you own or are thinking of owning a property in the United States? When the Canadian dollar was on par with the US dollar, many Canadians bought U.S property. But now as the Canadian dollar weakens, Canadian Investors want to lock in their gains. In this video, I will discuss the cross border tax implications for Canadians who are selling a property in the United States. Continue reading

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Divorce and separation can be an extremely emotional and difficult time in your life. To make matters worse, these life changes can lead to unwanted financial stress. Nevertheless, there are various tax saving opportunities that can help save you money throughout your marital transition. Continue reading

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If you own a small Canadian business, it is beneficial to claim these 8 tax write-offs, as they will help reduce your business’ taxable income and taxes payable. Continue reading

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This article discusses how you can become a non-resident of Canada, and the pros and cons of completing Form NR73 (the Determination of Residency Status form). I will also review 10 major tax implications of becoming a non-resident of Canada for those considering leaving to work, live or retire abroad. Continue reading

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This blog will examine the issues you should consider before deciding to use a LLC for your U.S. investments and discuss why LLCs result in double taxation for Canadians. Continue reading

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