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Advice From a Toronto Forensic Accounting Firm: How to Minimize The Risk of Fraud in Your Business

Forensic Accounting TorontoBruce Roher • November 29, 2018 Bruce RoherWe all want to trust that our employees are not capable of fraud. However, faith in the character of your team is simply not an adequate fraud control for a business of any size. Our Toronto Forensic Accounting team has assembled some simple strategies to help you minimize your risk of exposure and loss: 1. ... Read More

Protecting Your Interests in a Shareholder Dispute

Shareholder Dispute TorontoPatricia Harris • November 26, 2018 Patricia HarrisShareholder disputes with your Toronto business can arise for a number of reasons. There could be disagreements over the direction of the business, dishonesty on the part of controlling or minority shareholders, discrepancies in compensation, or a number of other causes. When becoming a shareholder in a company and if involved in a shareholder disp ... Read More

The Foundation of a Successful Toronto Corporate Restructuring

David Filice • November 21, 2018 David FiliceA corporate restructuring can be the most challenging task that a business may ever have to undertake. Restructurings are most often a means of avoiding dire straits, be it an immediate crisis or a set of potential problems looming on the horizon. In this article, we will explore why a company may require corporate restructuring, ... Read More

Preparing for the Future of Your Business – Presentation

Fuller Landau Team • November 20, 2018 Simon Francis, a Partner in our Audit and Accounting practice, had the opportunity last week to host a session ‘Preparation for the future of your business – taxation, succession and relates matters to promote a healthy practice’ at the Canadian Federation of Podiatric Medicine’s Annual Conference. In his presentation, Simon touched upon se ... Read More

Tax Trap for US Green Card Holders “Resident” in Canada with US Investment Income

USA: Double taxation. CanadaJeffrey Brown • November 19, 2018 Jeffrey BrownThe United States considers US Green Card holders to be US residents for tax purposes. Green card holders file tax returns and pay US tax on their worldwide income as do US citizens, even if they live in Canada. Canada generally considers those who permanently reside in Canada to be Canadian residents for Canadian tax ... Read More