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Here is your ultimate guide to swiftly and successfully filing a final tax return for a deceased individual. This guide provides you with comprehensive instructions for the tax treatment for various forms of income and benefits. It also provides simple and easy to follow examples that will help make filing this return a breeze.

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It is clear that Canada needs significant corporate tax reforms if it is to adapt to the ever changing global economy. A tax regime that is selective on who receives favourable tax incentives is one that will ensure Canada's economic competitiveness.

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The death of a loved one is often a trying time for family and friends. This could make filing a final tax return for the deceased a daunting, emotional and often even frustrating task for family and friends still coping with the tragic loss. With that being said, this article is meant to ease this task and be your guide for filing taxes for deceased individuals.

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As part of our ongoing efforts to better engage and provide value to our clients, we regularly conduct informational tax webinars. Our webinar on September 3, 2015 focused on tax implications for Canadian non-residents and those who work abroad.

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What you should know about exiting from Canada

Departure tax is tax levied on individuals when they emigrate (i.e. permanently leave) from Canada, by assuming that these individuals have sold all of their assets at their fair market value (FMV) on the date of emigration. As a result, any unrealized gains become taxable in the year of departure.

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