Canadian Tax – Federal Liberal Tax Changes on Private Corporations
Over the last few months, much has been written about the proposed Canadian tax changes to private corporations.
I am concerned about the speed at which the Department of Finance is moving to enact these significant and wide reaching tax changes. The proposals were introduced in the summer, while Parliament was not in session, and sought out feedback during a short 75 day window while many Canadians were on holidays and other hard working farmers were busy harvesting. My concern is that such complex tax matters need further review, study and consultation else they will have a significant impact on our economy.
Some of the better commentary on these proposed tax changes that I have read this summer is in thelinks below:
Trump’s Tax PlansNovember 10 2016
Donald Trump’s surprise election win has people wondering about his tax plans. Many things said on the campaign trail never result in any change. To achieve any of his tax plans, Trump will need the cooperation of Congress, including those he likely alienated, if not excoriated during the campaign.US Tax Law
Update on IRS Tax Amnesty ProgramsFebruary 5 2016
For the last eight years, the Internal Revenue Service has offered a number of tax amnesty programs to allow taxpayers to come forward and declare unreported non-US source income and assets. Using these programs reduces penalties and can prevent criminal prosecution.Amnesty Programs, Streamlined Filing Procedure, US Citizens Resident In Canada
Form 8621 PFIC Reporting: Webinar with Steven FlynnDecember 17 2015
On Thursday, January 7, 2016, join Steven Flynn and a panel of cross-border tax specialists for a live webinar designed for tax advisers who deal with passive foreign investment company (PFIC) reporting.PFIC (Passive Foreign Invesment Company)