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Jul 8, 2019
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Here is Jennifer Lynch's appearance on Hi Fi Radio – The Wolf on Bay Street with Wolfgang Klein on Saturday, July 6th on AM640. Jennifer spo... Read More

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Published in Canadian Tax Foundation | May 01, 2019 Subsections 40(3.3) and (3.4) generally apply to prevent a corporation, partnership, or t... Read More

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Nov 2, 2018
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 "Recent Tax Court Guidance on Valuing Private Corporation Shares", The Estate Planner, Report No. 268 (May, 2017), Wolters Kluwer. click :&n... Read More

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Listen to Errol Tenenbaum's webinar, where he discusses the Finance Department's proposed changes to the taxation of private Businesses. Read More
Aug 25, 2016
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"Section 212.1 and the GAAR", Tax Topics, Report No. 2320 (August 25, 2016), Wolters Kluwer.   click: CCH - Univar Read More

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 In November 2014, the Supreme Court of Canada (Bhasin v. Hrynew, 2014 SCC 71 ) issued a unanimous decision which effectively expanded the common law approach to “good faith” in contracts by recognizing that there is a duty to act honestly in the performance of contractual obligations as part of that “good faith”.

In order to better understand what this means in terms of contracts and their performance going forward, we need to consider the facts in the Supreme Court case

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Under the general rules of the Excise Tax Act (Canada) (the "Act"), participants in a joint venture (often referred to as "co-tenants" in the real ... Read More

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Feb 1, 2014
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David Shlagbaum was part of a panel of three experts, including Stan Tepner (VP, CIBC Wood Gundy) and Malcolm Burrows (Head, Philanthropic services... Read More

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Jun 18, 2012
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You're a successful woman who owns a thriving business. Your husband has little or nothing to do with it. Still, you want to make him a shareholder. Why? Read More

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Mar 1, 2012
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Your children would like to acquire an ownership stake in your business. You would like to accommodate but are wisely against the notion of gifting the business to your children. You would also like to cash in on a portion of the current value of the business. Read More
May 12, 2011
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Transition planning is the process of preparing for the transition of ownership of a business, either to the next generation, a management team or an outside buyer. In the process you need to confront yourself, your family and your business, begin a dialogue and be open to where it leads you. Read More
Transition planning is a process of preparing for the transition of a business either to the next generation, a management team or an outside buyer. In the process you need to confront yourself, your family and your business, begin a dialogue and be open to where it leads you. Read More
May 10, 2010
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Transition planning is an extended conversation and a process that requires input from various stakeholders linked to family enterprises and may take some time before a proper plan takes shape, so there is much to be said about starting the dialogue early. Read More

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The process of determining how and when your business should be transferred to others is known as succession planning. The introduction of family members into the ownership and management of a closely-held business is one of the most important and difficult decisions that an entrepreneur can make. The planning takes time to consider and implement and needs to be coordinated with an effective tax strategy. A proper estate plan can create harmony within the family and significant tax savings. To learn more about estate planning for builders and other entrepreneurs. Read More

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