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Canadian Cross-Border Transactions

Roughly 1,500 to 2,000 Canadian businesses are sold each year. Many individuals perceive that corporate Canada is being taken over by foreign interests. This is due to the amount of publicity [...]

No Paper, No Taxes, Just Cash

It is by estimate an annual $38 billion reality in Canada; the underground economy (UE) in which millions of Canadians likely engage or have engaged in.  It’s probably not far off the [...]

Look What’s

Nextdoor, the private social network for the neighborhood, has introduced Nextdoor for Android. The Nextdoor App enables members to stay safe and connected to their neighbors anytime, from [...]

How’s Your LinkedIn Etiquette?

Many business people and professionals are afraid of making mistakes on social networks and this prevents them from taking full advantage of all that social media offers This article will help to [...]

Invoice Discounting/Factoring

A familiar but difficult scenario unfolds. You are the owner of a manufacturing company (or distributor/importer) that is growing rapidly. Sales are up 25 per cent over last year. Success is [...]

Lease Transfers

At the time of entering into a new lease, both landlords and tenants are often motivated, for their own reasons, to have a long term commitment in place. As such, it is not uncommon to have the [...]

Q & A with David Wright, Canada’s former Ambassador to NATO

Wright is also the Kenneth and Patricia Taylor Distinguished Professor of Foreign Affairs at Victoria College, University of Toronto, he  is Special Advisor to Dale & Lessmann LLP. With [...]

Cracking Down on Offshore Tax Cheats

If you are a Canadian with offshore property and income, be advised there are new reporting requirements due to changes imposed by the federal government and there are signs to indicate they are [...]

Magic Arrows in an Economist’s Quiver

What I’ll really be talking about is economic indicators beyond the usual ones such as interest rates, inflation, the gross domestic product (GDP) growth rate, stock market prices, capacity [...]

Crystal Balling the Economic Back-end of 2013

One of Canada’s leading banking economists believes the global economy is headed for better times in 2014 thanks in large part because of a slow but steady improvement in the United States [...]

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