Fuller Landau has one of the most experienced US and cross-border tax accountant groups in Toronto. Our clients demand significant expertise and come to us for our wide scope of technical and practical experience.

Who we work with

Our clients are referred to us by lawyers, other accountants, financial advisors, and existing clients. Some clients come to us to repair inexpert work done by previous return preparers.

Our clients include:

  • Canadian companies with US business activities
  • Canadian companies employing Americans assigned to Canada
  • US companies with Canadian business activities
  • US companies employing Canadians assigned to the US
  • High net worth US expats and others with complex tax scenarios resident in Canada
  • High net worth Canadians with US tax filing responsibilities

Fuller Landau and The Leading Edge Alliance

Fuller Landau is a member of The Leading Edge Alliance (LEA), the second largest international association of independently owned accounting and consulting firms with firms in 90 countries and approximately 15,000 professional staff members.

We regularly work with LEA member firms and other firms with whom we have a global relationship to assist our clients. Even US based firms reach out to us for US tax advice!

Our cross-border tax accountant services

Our services include:

  • US and state income tax compliance services for businesses and individuals
  • State and local sales tax advisory services
  • Treaty and state nexus jurisdictional reviews
  • Cross border tax business entity structuring
  • Payroll and employment tax optimization
  • Estate tax planning
  • Taxpayer advocacy and representation before IRS, CRA and the states

For more information, contact us or meet our team.

US and Cross-Border Tax insights

State tax surprises could await unwary online vendors

Jeffrey Brown • February 07, 2022

In 2021, the Multistate Tax Commission (MTC) updated its Statement of Information Concerning Practices of the Multistate Tax Commission and Supporting States Under P.L. 86-272 with guidance addressing online activities. For more than 50 years, P.L. 86-272 has limited a state’s ability to impose income tax on an out-of-state vendor that does nothing more than

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Biden’s new tax proposal aims to regulate all paid US tax return preparers

Jeffrey Brown • June 21, 2021

Fuller Landau welcomes President Biden’s tax proposal to vest Internal Revenue Service (IRS) with authority to regulate all paid preparers of US tax returns and establish mandatory minimum competency standards. IRS’ current authority extends only to licensed attorneys, certified public accountants (CPA), enrolled agents (EA) and actuaries. Attorneys, CPAs and actuaries are also subject to

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COVID-19: Temporary wage subsidy for employers – further information

Gordon Jessup • March 22, 2020

The Temporary Wage Subsidy for Employers was announced by the Government of Canada on March 18, 2020.  It is a three-month measure to assist eligible employers by reducing the amount of payroll deductions required to be remitted to the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA). An eligible employer is a Canadian-controlled private corporation (CCPC), a non-profit organization

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