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Top 5 Tax Issues for Canadians with a Biden Presidency

Nobody knows yet who is going to win the U.S. presidential election on November 3rd and that may be uncertain even then. The polls show Joe Biden will win, but they weren’t right in 2016. Biden has identified his plans to change U.S. tax policies, several of which may significantly affect Canadians. This article considers […]

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2020 Democratic Presidential Candidates’ Tax Plans

March 25, 2020

The Super Tuesday primary results quickly provided clarity to the Democratic nomination contest by further winnowing the field of candidates down to only Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders. One area where the Democratic candidates agree is that taxes should be increased on wealthy individuals and corporations. However, there are material differences between the proposals put […]

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An Open Letter To Harry & Meghan On The Tax Implications of Moving to Canada

January 15, 2020

What follows is a rough analysis of Harry and Meghan’s (The Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s) tax situation in Canada, the U.K. and United States. No actual business or client relationship with the Duke and Duchess of Sussex is inferred nor implied. Andersen Tax LLP has not  been engaged by them. These comments are hypothetical only and […]

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Qualified Charitable Distributions – Tax Savings for Canadian Residents

November 18, 2019
Canadian residents that hold certain U.S. retirement plans may have an unusual tax savings opportunity when making charitable contributions.
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