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Canadian Vacancy Tax Update

Real estate prices have increased rapidly over the last decade putting pressure on communities to provide housing solutions for families.  More jurisdictions are implementing taxes to turn vacant homes into rental properties.  This blog summarizes recent changes to these taxes. Federal Announced in the 2021 budget, the Canadian federal Underused Housing Tax applies a 1% […]

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Steven Flynn quoted in The Globe and Mail on IRS funding and its effects on U.S. and Canada

August 26, 2022

Our Partner, Steven Flynn, has been featured in an article by The Globe and Mail, titled, ‘IRS funding boost could result in ‘greater crackdown’ on taxes for U.S. citizens abroad’ Joe Biden’s administration was successful to pass the Inflation Reduction Act – said to be ‘a much different-looking piece of legislation than previously proposed’ by Globe and Mail. […]

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Steven Flynn quoted in The Globe and Mail on Renunciation of U.S. Citizenship for Tax Purposes

June 21, 2022

An increasing number of Americans are looking to give up their U.S. citizenship, the decision isn’t just about national identity but also to reduce complexity of personal financial affairs and costs of complying with U.S. tax law. There are immigration and significant tax issues that should be considered, and plans that may need to be […]

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Steven Flynn Quoted in The Globe and Mail on Tax Implications of Having an Executor or Beneficiaries Outside Canada.

October 8, 2021
As an increasing number of Canadians are shifting to remote work and living outside the country, family estate planning has become more complex. In a recent Globe and Mail article Steven Flynn was asked to comment on tax considerations relevant to non-resident beneficiaries. Steven…
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