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. […]
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 […]
Jan 19, 2022, Andersen LLP partner Krista Rabidoux will be the ECPAC spotlight speaker for a discussion on U.S. tax implications for your clients.
Steven Flynn Quoted in The Globe and Mail on Tax Implications of Having an Executor or Beneficiaries Outside Canada.October 8, 2021
Steven Flynn joins Amanda Doucette on The Tax Chick Podcast to talk about tax issues that arise for Canadians owning U.S. vacation property. Steven reviews the general rules for Canadians owning U.S. property and what you need to know if you are thinking about renting or selling your U.S. property this year. Listen to Where […]
Canadians who normally spend part of the year south of the border are having to deal with the cost of quarantining should they choose to return to Canada. However, if they decide to stay put, there are tax considerations. If the time they remain in the U.S. meets the “substantial presence test,” they may well […]