Topic: In the News

M&A and Corporate Finance – 2017 Selected Transactions

Posted on 2018 Feb 06 by

Fuller Landau’s M&A and Corporate Finance group is a team of experienced professionals providing comprehensive, leading edge advisory services. They focus on generating results for clients by structuring transactions that meet their short-term needs and long-term goals. Click below for a viewable/downloadable PDF of our 2017 Selected Transactions:              …

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Jeffrey Brown

Fuller Landau Welcomes Jeffrey Brown to the Partnership

Posted on 2018 Jan 09 by

A new year brings new opportunities, and we are thrilled to welcome Jeffrey Brown, CPA (Massachusetts), as our newest partner! Meet Jeffrey Jeffrey is a US Certified Public Accountant with over 30 years of public accounting experience, who has been practicing in Canada since 2002. Prior to joining Fuller Landau, he was a former Big…

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Elliot Richmond

Saying goodbye to a friend and Partner, Elliot Richmond

Posted on 2018 Jan 05 by

With deep sadness, we announce the loss of our partner, Elliot Richmond, who passed away on January 4, 2018. Elliot joined Fuller Landau approximately five years ago, as a partner and integral part of the fabric of our firm. Many of his clients became close friends, relying on him for advice, guidance, and direction. Elliot’s wit and…

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Tax Alert: Income Splitting Update

Posted on 2017 Dec 14 by

In response to tax planning proposals that were originally released in July of this year, the Department of Finance released revised draft legislation on December 13, 2017, for its proposed changes to income splitting using private corporations. The revised rules are intended to clarify when a family member has made a significant contribution to a…

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Tax Alert: Update to Proposed Tax Planning Changes

Tax Alert: Update on Tax Planning Using Private Corporations

Posted on 2017 Oct 25 by

During the past week or so, the Federal Government announced a decrease to the small business corporate tax rate, and has also issued several press releases announcing changes to its tax proposals using private corporations. These press releases relate to tax planning proposals that were originally released on July 18, 2017 (click here for a summary…

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Tax Alert: Update to Proposed Tax Planning Changes

Tax Alert: Proposed Changes to Tax Planning Strategies for Private Corporations

Posted on 2017 Jul 19 by

On July 18, 2017, the federal government released draft legislation and a consultation paper that targets a number of the standard tax planning strategies that private corporations and their shareholders have implemented for many years. Specifically, the proposed changes would impact the ability to income split, multiply the family capital gains exemptions, invest in passive…

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Medical Tax Credit

Federal Budget 2017 – Medical Tax Credit Changes

Posted on 2017 Mar 23 by

The March 22, 2017 Federal Budget announced a number of proposed changes to medical tax credits. Here is an overview of some proposed changes that may be relevant to you: Medical Expense Tax Credit – Eligible The medical expense tax credit is a 15-per-cent non-refundable tax credit that can be claimed by an individual above…

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International Tax Evasion

Federal Budget 2017 – International Tax Measures

Posted on 2017 Mar 23 by

The 2017 Federal Budget announced the government’s continuing goal to address base erosion and profit sharing (BEPS) and international tax evasion that was first dealt with in the 2016 Federal Budget. Canada has worked with the Group of 20 (G20) and the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) to develop recommendations under the BEPS…

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Work in Progress

Federal Budget 2017 – Professionals and Work in Progress

Posted on 2017 Mar 23 by

The Federal Budget tabled on March 22, 2017 proposed the elimination of a tax deduction related to professionals and work in progress. Work in Progress Revenue for Certain Professionals Generally speaking, unbilled work in progress (WIP) must be included in computing income for tax purposes. However, certain designated professionals (i.e. lawyers, dentists, medical doctors, chiropractors, veterinarians, and…

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