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Tax facts and figures: Canada 2016

PwC’s 39th edition of Tax facts and figures will help you stay up-to-date on the federal – as well as provincial and territorial – tax changes and determine which apply to you or your company. What’s more – it puts individual and corporate tax rates and tax deadlines at your fingertips.                                                                           Learn more | View now | PDF

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Tax facts and figures: Canada 2016
PwC’s 39th edition of Tax facts and figures will help you stay up-to-date on the federal – as well as provincial and territorial – tax changes and determine which apply to you or your company. What’s more – it puts individual and corporate tax rates and tax deadlines at your fingertips.

Taxation and tax incentives in Ontario 2015
PwC’s second edition of Taxation and tax incentives in Ontario: Your essential guide is an indispensable reference tool for any person or entity that does business in Ontario or is considering doing business in Ontario. It will also help if you live in Ontario or might move here.

Tax Insights: 2016 Manitoba budget – Tax highlights
On May 31, 2016, Manitoba’s Minister of Finance, Cameron Friesen, presented the province’s budget. 

2016 Alberta budget: Tax highlights
On April 14, 2016, Alberta's President of Treasury Board and Minister of Finance, Joe Ceci, presented the province’s 2016 budget.

Tax Insights: 2016 Newfoundland and Labrador budget – Taxes to increase
On April 14, 2016, the Minister of Finance and President of Treasury Board, Cathy Bennett, delivered Newfoundland and Labrador’s 2016 budget.

2016 Federal budget: A new era with a majority Liberal government 
On March 22, 2016, the Federal Minister of Finance, Bill Morneau, presented the new majority government’s first budget. This Tax Insights discusses the tax initiatives proposed in the budget.

2016 Federal Budget - Instant Reactions
Our reactions and insights to the Federal Budget, are available here.

Tax Insights: 2016-2017 Quebec budget – Tax highlights
The honourable Carlos Leitao, Quebec Minister of Finance, delivered today, March 17, 2016, the 2016-2017 Budget of the Government of Quebec.

Tax Insights: 2016 Ontario budget – Tax highlights
On February 25, 2016, Ontario's Minister of Finance, Charles Sousa, presented the province's budget.

Tax Insights: 2016 British Columbia budget – Tax highlights
On February 16, 2016, British Columbia's Minister of Finance, the Honourable Michael de Jong, presented the province's budget.

Car expenses and benefits: A tax guide (2016)
Using a vehicle for business means you face an intricate set of tax laws when it comes to claiming your expenses. Find out how you can take advantage of certain tax deductions in this annual guide, summary and employee log.

Tax Insights: 2016 New Brunswick budget – Tax highlights
On February 2, 2016, Finance Minister, Roger Melanson, delivered New Brunswick's 2016 budget.

Tax Insights: 2016 Federal budget – What could be in it
With Canada's 2016 federal budget looming, we consider what tax measures our new government might have in store for us.

2015 in Review: Canadian Tax and Other Highlights
What were the important changes and tax law updates that occurred in 2015? Our year-in-review timeline provides a detailed overview.

Canadian Insurance Taxation, 4th Edition
This latest edition of Canadian Insurance Taxation represents a comprehensive update written by PwC’s tax partners Jason Swales and Erdem Erinc.

Paying Taxes 2016: The Canadian Summary
Paying Taxes is a unique study from PwC, World Bank and IFC. Now in its tenth year, the study provides data on tax systems in 189 economies around the world, with an ability to monitor tax reform.

Year-end tax planner – 2015: Helping individuals and owner-managed businesses save tax
The Year-end tax planner is designed primarily for individuals who have accumulated some wealth or own their own businesses (large or small). It includes year-end tax planning checklists.

Tax Insights: 2015 Alberta NDP budget – Tax highlights
On October 27, 2015, Alberta's President of Treasury Board and Minister of Finance, Joe Ceci, presented the NDP government's first budget.

The big table: Film and video incentives in Canada 2015
Canada has numerous tax incentives for companies that develop film, video and digital content, including video games. For help understanding these incentives, navigate the interactive maps and read PwC's big table publications.

Insurance industry – Key tax rates and updates (2015)
Tax changes, rates, deadlines and other useful information for the insurance industry in Canada.

Tax facts and figures: Canada 2015
Our Tax facts and figures: Canada 2015 convenient reference guide includes Canadian individual and corporate tax rates and deadlines, summaries of recent tax cases and a wide range of other valuable tax information.

The Top 10 considerations if you're being audited by the CRA
Are you are being audited by the Canada Revenue Agency? There are a number of key actions you can take to minimize the effort and time invested.

Tax Insights: 2015 Manitoba budget – Tax highlights
On April 30, 2015, Manitoba's Finance Minister, Greg Dewar, delivered the province's budget.

Tax Insights: 2015 Newfoundland and Labrador budget – High earners face tax hikes
On April 30, 2015, Nova Scotia's Finance Minister, Ross Wiseman, delivered the province's budget.

2015 Federal Budget - Impact on Immigration
Overall, with respect to immigration law, the Canadian government announced that it remains committed to reforming the Temporary Foreign Worker Program and ensuring that Canadians are first in line for available jobs.

Tax Insights: 2015 Ontario budget – Tax highlights
On April 23, 2015, Ontario's Minister of Finance, Charles Sousa, presented the province's budget.

2015 Federal budget: A pre-election budget
On April 21, 2015, the Federal Minister of Finance, Joe Oliver, presented the majority government's budget. This Tax Insights discusses the tax initiatives proposed in the budget.

Tax Insights: 2015 Federal budget: Good news for foreign employers with frequent business travellers to Canada
Foreign employers with non-resident employees temporarily working in Canada will welcome a 2015 federal budget proposal that provides relief from payroll withholding requirements.

2015 Federal Budget - Instant Reactions
Our reactions and insights to the Federal Budget, tabled on April 21, 2015 by Federal Minister of Finance, Joe Oliver, are available here.

Tax Insights: 2015 Nova Scotia budget – Tax highlights
On April 9, 2015, Nova Scotia's Finance and Treasury Board Minister, Diana Whalen, delivered the province's budget.

Tax Insights: 2015 New Brunswick budget – High earners face big tax hikes
On March 31, 2015, Finance Minister, Roger Melanson, delivered New Brunswick's 2015 budget.

Tax Insights: 2015 Alberta Budget – Many Albertans to pay more
On March 26, 2015, Alberta's President of Treasury Board and Minister of Finance, Robin Campbell, presented the province's budget.

Tax Insights: 2015 Quebec budget
The Minister of Finance, Carlos Leitao, confirmed in his Budget Speech today that fiscal balance will be restored in 2015-2016. Here are the highlights of the 2014-2015 budget.

Tax Insights: 2015 Quebec budget – Tax highlights
The honourable Carlos Leitao, Quebec Minister of Finance, delivered today, March 26, 2015, the 2015 2016 Budget of the Government of Quebec. Below are the highlights of the most important tax measures included in the budget.

Tax Insights: 2015 Saskatchewan budget – Tax highlights
On March 18, 2015, Saskatchewan’s Minister of Finance, the Honourable Ken Krawetz, presented the province’s budget. The budget does not increase corporate or personal income tax rates, but does curtail certain tax incentives.

Tax Insights: 2015 British Columbia budget – Tax highlights
On February 17, 2015, British Columbia’s Minister of Finance, the Honourable Michael de Jong, presented the province’s budget.

2014 in Review: Canadian Tax Highlights
Our timeline provides an overview of the important changes and tax law updates that occurred in 2014.

Fall 2014 Economic and financial update – Quebec
Minister of Finance Carlos Leitão presented his Fall 2014 Economic and Financial Update and states that the government action will help restore sound public finances in Quebec.

Wealth and tax matters for individuals and private companies
This edition includes eight articles relevant to private businesses, executives and Entrepreneurs.

2014 Ontario budget: Higher taxes for higher earners and some corporations
On July 14, 2014, Ontario's Minister of Finance, Charles Sousa, presented the majority government's budget. The July 14, 2014 budget reintroduces the tax measures proposed in the province's May 1, 2014 budget.

Tax Insights - June 2014 Quebec budget
The Minister of Finance Carlos Leitao, tabled a budget mainly aimed at economic recovery and restoring sound public finances.

Tax Insights: June 2014 Quebec budget – Tax highlights
Carlos Leitao, Quebec Minister of Finance, delivered today, June 4, 2014, the 2014/2015 Budget of the Government of Quebec.

Tax Insights: 2014 Manitoba budget: Tax highlights
On March 6, 2014, Manitoba's Minister of Finance, Jennifer Howard, presented the province's budget.

Tax Insights: 2014 federal budget: The demise of immigration trusts
Canada's February 11, 2014 federal budget proposes to eliminate the tax benefits of immigration trusts. If you have relocated to Canada, this change could have adverse tax consequences.

Tax Insights: 2014 Quebec budget
Budget 2014-2015 confirms a return to fiscal balance in 2015-2016.

Tax Insights: 2014 Quebec budget – Tax highlights
Nicolas Marceau, Quebec Minister of Finance, delivered today, February 20, 2014, the 2014-2015 Budget of the Government of Quebec.

Tax Insights: 2014 British Columbia budget - Tax highlights
On February 18, 2014, British Columbia's Minister of Finance, the Honourable Michael de Jong, presented the province's budget.

Tax Insights: 2014 Federal budget: How it affects you and the charitable and not-for-profit sector
This Tax Insights considers proposals in Canada’s February 11, 2014 federal budget that affect the charitable and not-for-profit sector.

2014 Federal budget: More tightening, few tax breaks 
Read our analysis of the 2014 federal budget to learn about the tax implications for you.

Corporate tax

Corporate tax rates and legislation: Q2 2016 Accounting status
This quarterly update discusses developments related to the accounting for income taxes in Canada.

Tax Insights: SCC strikes down Minister’s authority to demand records subject to privilege
Two recent Supreme Court of Canada (SCC) cases are the latest of recent developments reminding taxpayers that communications involving tax risks and strategy can be subject to privilege, and therefore do not have to be disclosed to the Canada Revenue Agency.

In Print: The "Purpose" of Subsection 55(2)
Subsection 55(2) of the Income Tax Act (Canada) is a specific anti-avoidance rule aimed at "capital gain strips" and has been in the Act for over 30 years.

Tax Insights: Alert for asset managers – New final section 871(m) regulations on dividend equivalent payments may apply to you
On September 17, 2015, the IRS released final and temporary regulations under Section 871(m) of the Internal Revenue Code that prescribe rules for treating “dividend equivalent payments” with respect to US equities as US-source dividend income.

Tax Insights: Legislative proposals implement the Common Reporting Standard – Are you ready?
On April 15, 2016, the Department of Finance released draft legislative proposals to implement the Common Reporting Standard.

Tax Insights: New initiatives target tax evasion and tax avoidance
On April 11, 2016, the Honourable Diane Lebouthillier, Minister of National Revenue, outlined measures that the government will implement to combat what it perceives as “aggressive” tax avoidance – strategies that adhere to Canada’s tax laws but may contravene its intention – and tax evasion.

Corporate tax rates and legislation: Q1 2016 Accounting status
This quarterly update discusses developments related to the accounting for income taxes in Canada.

Tax Insights: Draft Form W-8BEN-E – How it affects Canadian financial institutions and other entities
On January 15, 2016, the IRS released a draft of Form W-8BEN-E, Certificate of Status of Beneficial Owner for United States Tax Withholding and Reporting, and draft Instructions for Form W-8BEN-E.

Tax Insights: Partnership exemption for Ontario land transfer tax retroactively eliminated for trusts and partnerships
On February 18, 2016, the Ontario Ministry of Finance introduced certain retroactive amendments to Regulation 70/91 under the Land Transfer Tax Act.

Tax Insights: Ontario Retirement Pension Plan – Delayed until 2018
Large corporations will not be required to remit Ontario retirement pension plan (ORPP) premiums until January 2018 – one year later than originally announced. The federal government will work with Ontario to facilitate ORPP administration.

Tax Insights: Ontario Retirement Pension Plan coming 2017 - Get ready
The Ontario Retirement Pension Plan will be phased in starting January 1, 2017. To get ready, employers should determine whether they will be required to make contributions.

Tax Insights: 2016 Annual tax filing and remittance deadlines for corporations
This Tax Insights outlines some of the more common corporate compliance requirements to be considered at this time of year.

Corporate tax rates and legislation: Q4 2015 Accounting status
This quarterly update discusses developments related to the accounting for income taxes in Canada.

Tax Insights: Alert for private corporations – Some tax rates to increase
A Notice of Ways and Means Motion released by the Department of Finance on December 7, 2015, includes several tax changes that were not previously mentioned.

In Print: George Weston and the Characterization of Gains on Derivatives
The authors of this article argue that the Tax Court of Canada’s decision in George Weston Limited v. The Queen is a natural and expected result of 75 years of UK and Canadian jurisprudence on the treatment of foreign exchange gains and losses and gains and losses arising from hedging activity such as currency swaps and commodity futures trading.

Tax Insights: Expected changes for taxing stock options – Be prepared
The federal Liberal party has pledged to cap the amount that employees can claim through stock option deductions, although “employees with up to $100,000 in annual stock option gains will be unaffected.” Details on how and when this change will be made are not yet known.

Tax Insights: Ontario’s Interactive Digital Media Tax Credit – What has changed
On November 2, 2015, Ontario released draft regulations that limit eligibility for the Ontario Interactive Digital Media Tax Credit (OIDMTC).

Federal investment tax credits for R&D and property – 2015
Canada offers one of the most favourable packages of R&D tax incentives among the major industrialized countries. Federal, provincial and territorial R&D tax incentives are available.

SR&ED Tax clip: Provincial and territorial R&D tax credits - 2014 (January 15, 2015)
Canada offers one of the most favourable packages of R&D tax incentives among the major industrialized countries. In addition to the federal incentives, taxpayers carrying on R&D can also benefit from provincial or territorial tax credits.

Tax Insights: Liberal party tax platform – What it could mean for you
Now that the results of Canada’s federal election are in, let’s look at Liberal party promises that can affect taxpayers and steps you can take to save tax.

Tax Insights: July 31, 2015 draft proposals – Alert for the mining industry
The Canadian mining industry will be affected by draft legislative proposals released by the Department of Finance on July 31, 2015.

Corporate tax rates and legislation: Q2 2015 Accounting status 
This quarterly update discusses developments related to the accounting for income taxes in Canada.

Tax Insights: Alberta hikes personal and corporate taxes 
As expected, Alberta’s NDP government has not proceeded with the level of personal tax increases, health levy and other tax initiatives proposed by its Conservative predecessors.

Tax Insights: TCC’s decision in Kruger – Valuation of option contracts 
On May 26, 2015, the Tax Court of Canada (TCC) released its decision in Kruger Incorporated v. Her Majesty the Queen. The TCC considered whether Kruger was entitled, in computing its income for the 1998 taxation year, to deduct $91 million relating to a “mark-to-market” adjustment on unrealized foreign exchange option contracts.

Corporate Tax Rates and Legislation: Q1 2015 Accounting Status 
This quarterly update discusses developments related to the accounting for income taxes in Canada.

Tax Insights: Reporting requirements for Canadians holding stock options in foreign corporations – Ensure you comply 
The CRA recently issued a technical interpretation that clarifies the reporting requirements for Canadian employees who hold awards to acquire shares in foreign corporations. Ensure you comply to avoid penalties.

Forging a winning culture 
The first question an analyst is likely to ask a CEO is: ‘What is your strategy for the future?’ A better question would be: ‘Do you have the right culture to succeed?’

Tax Insights: 2015 Annual tax filing and remittance deadlines for corporations
This Tax Insights outlines some of the more common corporate compliance requirements to be considered at this time of year.

Corporate Tax Rates and Legislation: Q4 2014 Accounting Status 
This quarterly update discusses developments related to the accounting for income taxes in Canada.

Tax Insights: TCC rules in taxpayer’s favour in SR&ED case (Les Abeilles) 
On October 23, 2014, the Tax Court of Canada (TCC) released its decision in Les Abeilles Service de Conditionnement Inc (in French only). The TCC overturned the Canada Revenue Agency’s position that the four projects under dispute were not scientific research and experimental development.

In Print: Blindly following the tax advice of the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) can lead to problems! 
The Academy of Applied Pharmaceutical Sciences recently learned the hard way that advice provided by a CRA auditor may not necessarily apply to future reporting periods.

Tax Insights: Outstanding legislative tax proposals announced before April 1, 2013 – Where do they stand? 
As required by Canada’s Financial Administration Act, the Department of Finance recently provided Parliament a list of tax proposals that were announced before April 1, 2013, but have not yet been passed into law.

In Print: Corporate Tax – the Bigger Picture 
Do large Canadian corporations pay their fair share of taxes? This short article highlights the issues and the findings of a survey of 63 top Canadian companies.

Tax Insights: British Columbia releases the Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) Income Tax Act 
Today, British Columbia introduced the much-awaited Liquefied Natural Gas Income Tax Act (the LNG Act) which provides important new details, including a reduction in the tax rates, an investment allowance for computing net operating income subject to tax, complex transfer pricing rules and deeming provisions.

Tax Insights: Trust loss restriction rules – Proposed amendments 
On October 20, 2014, the Department of Finance released a Notice of Ways and Means Motion to implement tax relief measures that include proposed amendments to the “trust loss restriction rules.”

Tax Insights: The new Extractive Sector Transparency Measures Act: What it means for you 
The Extractive Sector Transparency Measures Act requires public disclosure of government payments made by mining and oil & gas entities engaged in the commercial development of oil, gas and minerals.

SR&ED Tax clip: Federal investment tax credits for R&D and property – 2014 (September 15, 2014) 
Canada offers one of the most favourable packages of R&D tax incentives among the major industrialized countries. Federal, provincial and territorial R&D tax incentives are available.

In Print: Managing a global tax department 
Adding strategic value to the organization is now part of the global tax leader’s role. The challenge is to overcome inefficient manual processes through well-chosen strategic investments in people, processes, technology and data.

Tax Insights: More changes to Form T1135, ‘Foreign Income Verification Statement’ 
The CRA has announced changes for taxpayers required to file Form T1135, ‘Foreign Income Verification Statement.’

Corporate Tax Rates and Legislation: Q2 2014 Accounting Status 
This quarterly update discusses developments related to the accounting for income taxes.

Corporate Tax Rates and Legislation: Q3 2014 Accounting Status 
This quarterly update discusses developments related to the accounting for income taxes.

Tax Insights: Federal Court rules on 95(6)(b) in Lehigh 
On April 23, 2014, the Federal Court of Appeal (FCA) released an important decision on the scope of paragraph 95(6)(b), an anti avoidance rule found in the part of the Income Tax Act that governs the tax treatment of ‘foreign affiliates’ of Canadian corporations.

Corporate Tax Rates and Legislation: Q1 2014 Accounting Status 
This quarterly update discusses developments related to the accounting for income taxes.

Tax Insights: Tax Court of Canada finds corporate reorganization abuses section 84.1 
In a judgment (Descarries) rendered on March 7, 2014, under the Informal Procedure, the Tax Court of Canada provided an example of a situation where, in the Court’s view, the object and spirit of section 84.1 had been abused, triggering the application of the general anti-avoidance rule (GAAR).

Being strategic in resources: JVs remain key - Global mining deals outlook / March 2014 
Joint Ventures (JVs) have been an important part of the mining industry for decades and have been instrumental to the development of many major resource projects.

Tax Insights: Foreign Income Verification Statement (Form T1135) – Transitional rules announced 
Taxpayers required to file Form T1135, Foreign Income Verification Statement, must include additional information on foreign property, starting for taxation years ending after June 30, 2013.

In Print: Financial Sector Spending Surge – New Project Needs 
The federal government is pondering some welcome GST changes that can help those who provide outsourcing services to the financial sector.

Tax Insights: British Columbia unveils its liquefied natural gas (LNG) tax 
Today, British Columbia’s budget unveiled its much-anticipated liquefied natural gas (LNG) tax regime.

Tax Insights: 2014 Annual tax filing and remittance deadlines for corporations 
This Tax Insights outlines some of the more common corporate compliance requirements to be considered at this time of year.

Tax Insights: Trust loss restriction rules: Implications for funds and asset managers 
Newly enacted trust loss restriction rules may have unintended and adverse tax implications for investment funds established as trusts.

Digging deeper into all-in cost disclosure - Mining's new frontier 
Investors and analysts are increasingly calling for a more complete and transparent disclosure of total costs of production in the mining industry as margins have been squeezed by the recent decline in commodity prices.

Transforming the Tax Function 
The tax function is often overlooked as an area for improvement. Shining a light on this area can reveal untapped opportunities where updates in technology, process, people, and/or data can lead to benefits for the broader business.

Operationalize your tax strategy: Tax Operations Manager 
The tax function is often overlooked as an area for improvement. Shining a light on this area can reveal untapped opportunities where updates in technology, process, people, and/or data can lead to benefits for the broader business.

Tax Insights: Taxable benefit rate declining to 1%: Don't act until January 1, 2014
The federal prescribed interest rate for taxable benefits will decrease to 1% on January 1, 2014. The rate – which is subject to change every quarter – is currently 2%. To lock in the 1% rate and save tax, you must not act until January 1, 2014.

Canadian mining taxation 2013 
This publication provides guidance from the industry leaders on the complexities of mining taxation in Canada. Covers all project stages – from exploration to production – to help you manage your tax risks.

Personal tax

Tax Insights: SCC strikes down Minister’s authority to demand records subject to privilege
Two recent Supreme Court of Canada (SCC) cases are the latest of recent developments reminding taxpayers that communications involving tax risks and strategy can be subject to privilege, and therefore do not have to be disclosed to the Canada Revenue Agency.

Tax Insights: New initiatives target tax evasion and tax avoidance
On April 11, 2016, the Honourable Diane Lebouthillier, Minister of National Revenue, outlined measures that the government will implement to combat what it perceives as “aggressive” tax avoidance – strategies that adhere to Canada’s tax laws but may contravene its intention – and tax evasion.

Tax Insights: Charitable donations – How much tax can you save? It may be less than you think
Canada’s income tax system encourages gifts by individuals to Canadian charities (and other qualified donees).

Tax Insights: Partnership exemption for Ontario land transfer tax retroactively eliminated for trusts and partnerships
On February 18, 2016, the Ontario Ministry of Finance introduced certain retroactive amendments to Regulation 70/91 under the Land Transfer Tax Act.

Tax Insights: Ontario Retirement Pension Plan – Delayed until 2018
Large corporations will not be required to remit Ontario retirement pension plan (ORPP) premiums until January 2018 – one year later than originally announced. The federal government will work with Ontario to facilitate ORPP administration.

Tax Insights: Ontario Retirement Pension Plan coming 2017 - Get ready
The Ontario Retirement Pension Plan will be phased in starting January 1, 2017. To get ready, employers should determine whether they will be required to make contributions.

Tax Insights: Trust loss restriction rules – Draft legislative proposals modify tax rules affecting funds and asset managers
On January 15, 2016, the Department of Finance released for consultation draft legislative proposals that would amend the “trust loss restriction rules.” The proposals address certain concerns raised by the asset management industry with the currently enacted rules.

Tax Insights: Draft legislative proposals modify tax rules for certain trusts and their beneficiaries
Draft legislative tax proposals released for consultation by the Department of Finance on January 15, 2016, modify the rules for estate donations and spousal and common-law partner (and similar) trusts.

Tax Insights: Estate tax update – Owning a US vacation home (2016 edition) 
If you are a Canadian resident who owns US real estate, learn about your potential estate tax liability and how to reduce it.

Tax Insights: Estate tax update – Canadians living in the United States (2016 edition) 
This Tax Insights explains how the United States determines US residency for estate and gift tax purposes.

Tax Insights: Estate tax update – Canadians transferred to the US (2016 edition) 
US estate, gift and generation-skipping transfer tax exposure for Canadians transferred to the United States.

Tax Insights: Estate tax update – Owning US securities (2016 edition) 
This Tax Insights discusses the application of estate tax to US securities and helps you to hold US securities in a tax-effective way, for example, by using a Canadian holding company.

Tax Insights: Estate tax update – US estate tax exposure for US citizens living in Canada (2016 edition) 
The interaction of US and Canadian tax rules can have important implications for US citizens living in Canada.

Tax Insights: Estate tax update – US family members in the Canadian family-owned business (2016 edition) 
Estate and will planning implications for US family members of Canadian family-owned businesses.

Tax Insights: Estate tax update – US estate tax exposure for Canadians (2016 edition) 
This Tax Insights considers the exposure of Canadian residents to US estate tax.

Tax Insights: Taxes for high earners to increase January 1, 2016 – Act now to save!
The Finance Minister confirmed that the top personal tax rate will increase on January 1, 2016. Find out what you might do to reduce the bite.

Tax Insights: New tax rules for spousal, common-law, alter ego and joint partner trusts – Finance has heard our concerns
We are pleased to share with you a letter from the Department of Finance that comments on concerns relating to new tax rules for spousal, common-law, alter ego and joint partner trusts that apply starting January 1, 2016.

Tax Insights: Expected changes for taxing stock options – Be prepared
The federal Liberal party has pledged to cap the amount that employees can claim through stock option deductions, although “employees with up to $100,000 in annual stock option gains will be unaffected.” Details on how and when this change will be made are not yet known.

Tax Insights: Liberal party tax platform – What it could mean for you
Now that the results of Canada’s federal election are in, let’s look at Liberal party promises that can affect taxpayers and steps you can take to save tax.

Tax Insights: New tax rules for trusts apply January 1, 2016 – It’s time to start planning
Changes to the tax treatment of trusts that apply starting January 1, 2016, have stimulated a lot of interest. A key change eliminates graduated tax rates for testamentary trusts and estates unless certain conditions are met.

Tax Insights: Travelling to the United States? Time to start counting your days
Every time you cross the border into the United States you could be getting closer to a US filing requirement.

Tax Insights: Alberta hikes personal and corporate taxes 
As expected, Alberta’s NDP government has not proceeded with the level of personal tax increases, health levy and other tax initiatives proposed by its Conservative predecessors.

Tax Insights: Reporting requirements for Canadians holding stock options in foreign corporations – Ensure you comply 
The CRA recently issued a technical interpretation that clarifies the reporting requirements for Canadian employees who hold awards to acquire shares in foreign corporations. Ensure you comply to avoid penalties.

Tax Insights: Reporting obligations for labour organizations – Possible changes 
Draft legislation – introduced as a Private Member’s Bill – would significantly expand the information that labour organizations (including labour trusts) must report to the Canada Revenue Agency.

Tax Insights: Outstanding legislative tax proposals announced before April 1, 2013 – Where do they stand? 
As required by Canada’s Financial Administration Act, the Department of Finance recently provided Parliament a list of tax proposals that were announced before April 1, 2013, but have not yet been passed into law.

Tax Insights: Income-splitting and other tax measures for families introduced 
Today, the federal government introduced three income tax measures intended to relieve the tax burden for families.

Tax Insights: Trust loss restriction rules – Proposed amendments 
On October 20, 2014, the Department of Finance released a Notice of Ways and Means Motion to implement tax relief measures that include proposed amendments to the “trust loss restriction rules.”

Tax Insights: Good news for US taxpayers with RRSPs or RRIFs 
A recent US Internal Revenue Service announcement (Rev. Proc. 2014-55) makes it easier for Americans and Canadians who hold interests in registered retirement savings plans or registered retirement income funds to get favourable US tax treatment.

In Print: Unguarded border, well-guarded wealth 
US revocable trusts present special challenges when high-net-worth individuals move to Canada because of distinct tax rules on opposite sides of the border.

US Offshore Voluntary Disclosure podcast series - A five-part Tax Tracks podcast series 
This podcast series sheds light on the question of whether an individual falls under the category of ‘US citizen’ and how to become compliant with the requisite US filings.

Tax Tracks Episode 73: “US Voluntary Disclosure" series – Complying with FATCA reporting: Forms W-8Ben and W-9 
In this fifth episode of our 'US Offshore Voluntary Disclosure' series, Chris Chan discusses some FATCA reporting requirements. Looking at Forms W-8Ben and W-9, he discusses the distinctions between the two forms, why they need to be completed and the process and timelines involved.

Tax Tracks Episode 72: “US Voluntary Disclosure” series – Snowbirds and frequent visitors to the US: Are you a tax resident? 
In this episode of our ‘US Offshore Voluntary Disclosure’ series, Ian Macdonald discusses the implications of spending extended periods of time in the US and the tax filing requirements that may result.

Tax Tracks Episode 71: “US Voluntary Disclosure” series – Understanding the US Offshore Voluntary Compliance Programs – Part 2 
In this next episode of our ‘US Offshore Voluntary Disclosure’ series, Chantal Farrell-Carter continues to discuss the offshore voluntary compliance programs.

Tax Tracks Episode 70: "US Voluntary Disclosure" series – Understanding the US Offshore Voluntary Compliance Programs – Part 1 
In the second episode of our ‘US Offshore Voluntary Disclosure’ series, Chantal Farrell-Carter looks at two of the options available under the offshore voluntary compliance programs.

Tax Tracks Episode 69: “US Voluntary Disclosure" series – Are you a US Citizen? 
In the first episode of our ‘US Offshore Voluntary Compliance/Disclosure’ series, Ife Ashabo sets the stage by looking at the issue of US citizenship.

Tax Insights: New tax rules for testamentary trusts – The bad and the good (and some surprises) 
Draft legislative proposals released by the Department of Finance on August 29, 2014, have important implications for estates and testamentary trusts, and for post mortem tax planning.

Tax Insights: The snowbirds sing… and the IRS listens 
For many Canadians, the opportunity to avoid a harsh winter by fleeing to the southern United States is irresistible. But some may have overlooked important tax implications.

Tax Insights: More changes to Form T1135, ‘Foreign Income Verification Statement’ 
The CRA has announced changes for taxpayers required to file Form T1135, ‘Foreign Income Verification Statement.’

Tax Insights: New IRS relief for US citizens living outside the US 
On June 18, 2014, the US Internal Revenue Service announced changes to its offshore voluntary compliance programs that are expected to significantly increase the number of US persons that can participate in these programs.

Tax Insights: Foreign Income Verification Statement (Form T1135) – Transitional rules announced 
Taxpayers required to file Form T1135, Foreign Income Verification Statement, must include additional information on foreign property, starting for taxation years ending after June 30, 2013.

Tax Insights: Trust loss restriction rules: Implications for funds and asset managers 
Newly enacted trust loss restriction rules may have unintended and adverse tax implications for investment funds established as trusts.

Sales tax, VAT and trade

Tax Insights: CBSA announces Phase 2 2016 audit priorities – What they mean for importers
The Canada Border Services Agency has released its Phase 2 (July), 2016 national trade verification (Audit) priorities.

Tax Insights: Do you export from Canada? Prepare for heightened enforcement of Canada’s export laws
The Canada Border Services Agency recently announced that many goods exported from Canada have not been reported in accordance with the Customs Act.

Tax Insights: Newfoundland and Labrador HST increase – Transitional rules released – Be ready
Newfoundland and Labrador’s April 14, 2016 budget increases the provincial component of Harmonized Sales Tax (HST), on July 1, 2016, from 8% to 10%, resulting in an HST rate of 15%.

Tax Insights: Sales tax changes coming soon – Are you ready?
Harmonized Sales Tax (HST) rates will increase in three provinces – New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, and Prince Edward Island – in 2016.

Tax Insights: July 1, 2016 – Ontario recapture rate for recaptured input tax credits declines
On July 1, 2016, Ontario’s rate for certain businesses to recapture the provincial portion of Ontario HST claimed as ITCs in respect of specified property and services will decline from 75% to 50%. The rate is being phased out over four years.

Tax Insights: Newfoundland and Labrador increases HST rate to 15% and reintroduces 15% RST on property and casualty insurance premiums
Newfoundland and Labrador’s 2016 budget increases the province’s HST rate to 15% on July 1, 2016, with the provincial portion of the HST increasing from 8% to 10%.

Tax Insights: New Brunswick HST increase – Transitional rules released – Be ready
New Brunswick’s February 2, 2016 budget increases the provincial component of Harmonized Sales Tax (HST), on July 1, 2016, from 8% to 10%, resulting in an HST rate of 15%.

Tax Insights: 2016 Federal budget – Failure to properly report grandparented sales of new housing – act now for relief
The March 22, 2016 federal budget provides relief related to GST/HST reporting of grandparented sales of new housing. This change allows the real estate industry to eliminate exposure to severe penalties for failure to properly report these sales.

Tax Insights: 2016 Federal budget – GST/HST relieving measures for non-arm’s length cross-border reinsurance
The March 22, 2016 federal budget announced measures concerning the application of GST/HST on reinsurance premiums that are paid to non-arm’s length non-resident insurers. These measures will apply to any year ending after November 16, 2005.

Tax Insights: CBSA announces Phase 1 2016 audit priorities – What they mean for importers
The Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) recently released its Phase 1, 2016 national trade verification (Audit) priorities.

Commodity Clips, 2015 Issue 4 
This edition of Commodity Clips describes recent commodity tax developments.

Tax Insights: Newfoundland and Labrador’s HST rate to remain 13%
Newfoundland and Labrador’s Premier-designate, Dwight Ball, has confirmed that the province’s HST rate will remain 13%. The former government had planned to increase the rate to 15% on January 1, 2016 (i.e. the provincial portion of the rate was to increase from 8% to 10%).

Tax Insights: GST/HST and QST alert – 10 tax tips to consider at year end
With December 31, 2015 just around the corner, we share 10 GST/HST and QST tips that you should consider now.

Tax Insights: New QST filing and reporting requirement for investment plan managers – Action required by November 20, 2015
Significant QST legislative amendments concerning investment plan managers received royal assent on October 21, 2015

Tax Insights: GST/HST and QST alert – Investment plans are required to obtain investor percentages – actions required by September 30, 2015 
Distributed investment plans that are a selected listed financial institution are required to obtain information from investors to determine the plan’s provincial attribution percentage, so that the plan's GST/HST and QST liabilities can be calculated. Exchange-traded funds and exchange-traded series are excluded from this requirement.

Tax Insights: CBSA announces Phase 2 2015 audit priorities – What they mean for importers
The Canada Border Services Agency recently released its Phase 2 (July) 2015 national trade verification (Audit) priorities. Phase 1 2015 audit priorities were released January 2015.

Tax Insights: July 1, 2015 – Ontario phases out recapture rate for recaptured input tax credits 
This Tax Insights summarizes the changes to the recaptured input tax credit (RITC) reporting requirements.

Tax Insights: US COOL – Hot topic for Canadian traders 
The World Trade Organization’s (WTO) Appellate Body recently released its final report, upholding previous findings that the US Country of Origin Labelling (COOL) measures violate WTO trade rules and unfairly discriminate against beef and hog products imported into the United States.

Tax Insights: Indirect tax deadlines – Ensure you comply 
If you are responsible for your company’s indirect tax obligations, ensure you meet the deadlines discussed in this Tax Insights.

Commodity Clips, 2015 Issue 3
This edition of Commodity Clips describes recent commodity tax developments.

Commodity Clips, 2015 Issue 2
This edition of Commodity Clips describes recent commodity tax developments.

Commodity Clips, 2015 Issue 1 
This edition of Commodity Clips describes recent commodity tax developments.

Tax Insights: CBSA announces Phase 1 2015 audit priorities: What they mean for importers 
The Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) recently released its Phase 1, 2015 national trade verification (Audit) priorities. Phase 2, 2015 Audit priorities, will be released summer of 2015.

Tax Insights: QST tax alert for investment plan managers: Act now to fix reporting errors 
Investment plan managers may need to act now to fix QST reporting errors. This affects investment plan managers that made tax transfer adjustment elections for GST/HST purposes with investment plans that allow the manager to effectively charge the plans a “blended rate” of GST/HST throughout the year.

Tax Insights: GST/HST alert: Reinsurance premiums paid to non-resident related parties — An update 
The Department of Finance has clarified its “policy intent” for determining the amount of GST/HST that is payable by Canadian-resident insurers on reinsurance premiums paid to non-arm’s length non-resident insurers.

Tax Insights: Valuation adjustments after importation: Bad and good news for importers 
The Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) recently significantly changed its policy with respect to downward price adjustments and how they apply to declared value calculations for imported goods.

Tax Insights: GST/HST and QST alert – Structuring management fee rebates and distributions 
The Tax Court of Canada’s recent decision in Invesco Canada Ltd. confirms that asset managers can structure fee arrangements with mutual fund trusts and institutional investors in a manner which only requires the asset manager to collect GST/HST (or QST) on the net management fee that is payable by the mutual fund trust to the manager.

Tax Insights: Canadian importers face higher customs duties – General Preferential Tariff (GPT) treatment ends for 72 countries 
On January 1, 2015, the Canadian federal government withdrew the General Preferential Tariff (GPT) treatment benefits from 72 developing countries (including China) on imports into Canada. As a result, Canadian importers may now be paying more duty on certain imports.

Tax Insights: Trading with Russia – Sanctions broadened for Canadian businesses in the oil exploration and production sector 
On December 19, 2014, the Canadian government amended the Special Economic Measures (Russia) Regulations to broaden Canada’s trade sanctions against Russia.

Commodity Clips, 2014 Issue 3 
This edition of Commodity Clips describes recent commodity tax developments.

Tax Insights: GST/HST and QST elections for nil consideration – Form will have to be filed! 
The GST/HST and QST rules allow members of closely related groups to elect to treat certain taxable supplies made between the members as being made for nil consideration, if certain conditions are met. Generally, making this election gives the group a cash flow benefit.

Tax Insights: GST/HST and QST alert – Investors must issue notification of investor percentages – November 15, 2014 deadline 
Distributed investment plans are required to obtain information from investors to determine the plan’s provincial attribution percentage, so that the plan's GST/HST liabilities can be calculated in accordance with the selected listed financial institution GST/HST reporting rules.

Tax Insights: GST/HST reporting for the real estate sector: Are you compliant? 
The Canada Revenue Agency is auditing the GST/HST reporting of taxpayers in the real estate sector.

Commodity Clips, 2014 Issue 2 
This edition of Commodity clips describes recent commodity tax developments.

Tax Insights: GST/HST pension plan compliance obligations 
This Tax Insights discusses Goods and Services Tax/Harmonized Sales Tax compliance issues relevant to employers that have registered pension plans.

In Print: BEPS and Indirect Tax 
BEPS is likely to have important implications on indirect tax in the digital economy. The OECD is studying the topic, and Canada’s Department of Finance has sought input from stakeholders.

Tax Insights: Structuring a partnership: CRA attacks GST/HST-exempt treatment of partnership distributions 
Incorrectly structuring the activities of a partnership can cause GST/HST deeming rules to apply; resulting in a GST/HST liability for person’s involved in the partnership’s business.

Tax Insights: GST/HST issues affecting the real estate and construction industries 
This Tax Insights highlights Goods and Services Tax/Harmonized Sales Tax (GST/HST) issues relevant to the real estate and construction industries.

Commodity Clips, 2014 Issue 1 
This edition of Commodity clips describes recent commodity tax developments.

Tax Insights: Bare trusts, nominees and joint ventures: Temporary administrative leniency 
A recent Canada Revenue Agency announcement grants taxpayers a temporary reprieve for a bare trust or nominee that reports the Goods and Services Tax/Harmonized Sales Tax on behalf of the members of a joint venture.

International tax

The impact of BEPS on Global Mobility
A number of the BEPS actions will impact on how organizations manage and report on their globally mobile workforce.

Tax Insights: Canada proposes country-by-country reporting in its 2016 federal budget
On March 22, 2016, the federal government tabled its annual budget, which proposes implementing annual country-by-country reporting for Canadian-parented multinationals.

In Print: 2014 saw significant work on BEPS, as well as some notable decisions
The 2014 year continued to bring significant changes to the global transfer pricing landscape, which in turn influenced the Canadian transfer pricing environment.

In Print: Recommended Amendments to the Upstream Loan Rules 
The upstream loan rules announced on August 19, 2011 and enacted on June 26, 2013 require an analysis of all loans or indebtedness owing to foreign affiliates of a Canadian taxpayer.

10 Minutes on the OECD’s BEPS project 
The OECD’s1 base erosion and profit shifting (BEPS) project will likely to spur the most significant changes to the taxation of international business since 1986.

In Print: Treaty Shopping and Base Erosion and Profit Shifting Action 6 
This article discusses the treaty shopping proposals in the September 2014 Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) report and Canada’s 2014 federal budget, commenting on the direction that Canada may take to counter treaty shopping.

Tax Insights: Reporting requirements for Canadians holding stock options in foreign corporations – Ensure you comply 
The CRA recently issued a technical interpretation that clarifies the reporting requirements for Canadian employees who hold awards to acquire shares in foreign corporations. Ensure you comply to avoid penalties.

Tax Insights: Consequences of a weak Canadian dollar: Transactions involving foreign affiliates 
With the substantial depreciation of the Canadian dollar against its American counterpart, many taxpayers have accrued foreign exchange gains or losses on assets or liabilities denominated in US dollars.

Tax Insights: Outstanding legislative tax proposals announced before April 1, 2013 – Where do they stand? 
As required by Canada’s Financial Administration Act, the Department of Finance recently provided Parliament a list of tax proposals that were announced before April 1, 2013, but have not yet been passed into law.

In Print: Foreign Affiliate Reorganizations — Where Are We Now? 
This article provides an overview of the "final" FA reorganization rules and includes a discussion of the practical planning considerations that arise when working with these provisions.

In Print: Aggressive International Tax Planning by Multinational Corporations – The Canadian Context and Possible Responses 
Aggressive tax planning has become a hot political issue. Tax inversions by familiar US corporations are in the news. From the perspective of the Canadian tax system, this paper considers aggressive tax planning, highlighting the OECD’s efforts to combat base erosion and profit shifting.

Tax Insights: Recommendations on countering treaty abuse – Where are we now? 
This Tax Insights provides an overview of recent OECD/G20 and domestic initiatives that review and recommend approaches to counter treaty abuse, including “treaty shopping.”

In Print: BEPS and Indirect Tax 
BEPS is likely to have important implications on indirect tax in the digital economy. The OECD is studying the topic, and Canada’s Department of Finance has sought input from stakeholders.

February 2014: Foreign reporting requirements in Canada and the US: What’s new and why you need to comply 
Recently, tax jurisdictions have increased their reporting requirements for taxpayers holding offshore property and financial accounts. Combined with increased scrutiny, accurate reporting of these assets is becoming even more essential.

In Print: Canadian taxpayers are facing aggressive audits by CRA 
Canadian taxpayers face a changing transfer pricing environment, emphasized by BEPS mandate of the OECD, while continuing to manage aggressive CRA audits in respect of transfer pricing issues, and procedural and timing aspects of the audits themselves. This article reviews these issues and related transfer pricing developments in 2013.

Section 871(m) regulations webinar: Withholding on dividend equivalents 
The new regulations under section 871(m) of the Internal Revenue Code, concerning the imposition of US federal withholding tax on certain equity-linked instruments, raises many issues for Canadian financial services companies.

Tax Insights: New regulations for passive foreign investment companies: What they mean for Canadian mutual fund owners 
Temporary and final regulations recently issued by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) and Treasury Department provide guidance for owners of passive foreign investment companies (PFICs).

Tax Tracks Episode 61: Soft-Moc Federal Court of Canada decision 
In this episode we discuss the Soft-Moc case: what led to the dispute, the Federal Court of Canada's decision, and what you can do to help prevent this from happening to your organization.

Tax Tracks Episode 60: Will your foreign-based transfer pricing documentation withstand CRA scrutiny? 
In this episode of Tax Tracks, we examine what could happen when a Canadian company’s foreign parent prepares its transfer pricing documentation. To ensure this documentation withstands CRA scrutiny, it should be reviewed to ensure that it meets Canadian standards.

Tax Tracks Episode 55: Transfer Pricing Memo 14 - The CRA endorses OECD revisions 
In this episode of Tax Tracks, Joanne Hawley discusses the November 2012 Transfer Pricing Memo – TPM 14

Global mobility services

Tax Insights: Budget 2016 – Canada confirms intention to reintroduce legislative changes to payroll withholding compliance for non-resident employers
Canada’s March 22, 2016 federal budget has confirmed the intention to proceed with proposed legislative changes to Canadian payroll withholding compliance requirements for non-resident employers with non resident employees working temporarily in Canada.

Top 10 global mobility issues for corporate Tax Directors: a Canadian perspective 
Companies today are implementing global mobility programs that often involve complex international relocations. The activities of individuals in foreign locations can create a variety of both individual and corporate level tax compliance issues for the enterprise that can become unexpectedly complex to address.

Tax Insights: New Non-Resident Employer Certification program – Payroll withholding relief for foreign employers with frequent business travellers to Canada
On January 12, 2016, the Canada Revenue Agency released its Non-Resident Employer Certification program for foreign employers with non-resident employees temporarily working in Canada.

Immigration Insights: Election 2015 – Federal parties’ immigration commitments
With the federal election on the horizon, we expect that each of the federal parties will be releasing additional details regarding their immigration platforms in the coming weeks.

The impact of BEPS on Global Mobility
A number of the BEPS actions will impact on how organizations manage and report on their globally mobile workforce.

Tax Insights: Canadian payroll relief clarified for foreign employers with frequent business travellers to Canada 
On July 31, 2015, the Department of Finance released draft legislative proposals (July 31 proposals), which modify 2015 federal budget measures that provide foreign employers with non-resident employees temporarily working in Canada relief from payroll withholding requirements.

2015 Federal Budget - Impact on Immigration
Overall, with respect to immigration law, the Canadian government announced that it remains committed to reforming the Temporary Foreign Worker Program and ensuring that Canadians are first in line for available jobs.

Tax Insights: 2015 Federal budget: Good news for foreign employers with frequent business travellers to Canada
Foreign employers with non-resident employees temporarily working in Canada will welcome a 2015 federal budget proposal that provides relief from payroll withholding requirements.

Tax Insights: Regulation 102 processes – What has changed? 
Employers who send employees to work in Canada must comply with Canadian payroll regulations. This can involve various processes, such as applying for Canadian tax identification numbers and for tax withholding waivers, remitting taxes and issuing T4 slips.

Tax Tracks Episode 68: “Top global mobility issues facing Tax Directors” series — Tax equalization costs 
In this final episode of our “Top global mobility issues facing Tax Directors” series, Candace Doig outlines the concept of tax equalization.

Tax Tracks Episode 67: “Top global mobility issues facing Tax Directors” series — Non-resident director fees 
In this episode of our “Top global mobility issues facing Tax Directors” series, Nupur Rishi looks at the taxation of non-resident director’s fees.

May 2014 - Topical immigration issues affecting your global business 
This audio recording of an HRS breakfast seminar provides an overview of corporate immigration requirements, with a focus on Canadian and US cross-border travel. It outlines key strategies and information to facilitate successful cross-border movement.

Tax Tracks Episode 66: “Top global mobility issues facing Tax Directors” series – Foreign pension plans 
Our 'Top global mobility issues facing Tax Directors' series continues with Brandi Scales discussing foreign pension plans.

Top global mobility issues facing tax directors - A seven-part Tax Tracks podcast series 
This podcast series is designed to provide Canadian corporate tax teams with a high-level understanding of issues impacting mobility programs to help them identify relevant corporate tax issues and areas of most risk.

Tax Insights: Alert for multinational companies: Payroll and immigration compliance 
Cross-border employee travel into Canada raises various Canadian tax withholding and immigration compliance requirements. Multinational companies should consider whether they have the processes and controls in place to manage these requirements and the associated risks.

Tax Tracks Episode 65: “Top global mobility issues facing Tax Directors” series — Deferred compensation arrangements 
Our “Top global mobility issues facing Tax Directors” series continues with Kin Ngan discussing deferred compensation arrangements.

Tax Tracks Episode 64: “Top global mobility issues facing Tax Directors” series – Intercompany equity charge-back agreements 
In this episode of our ‘Top global mobility issues facing Tax Directors’ series, Vasu Krithigaivasan discusses equity charge-back agreements that commonly exist between a Canadian subsidiary and its foreign parent company.

Tax Tracks Episode 63: “Top global mobility issues facing Tax Directors” series – Frequent business travellers 
In the second episode of our “Top global mobility issues facing tax directors” series, Edmond Kwan discusses the importance of companies being aware of the travel patterns of their mobile employees.

January 2014: International assignment basics: Planning for successful assignments abroad 
This 60 minute webcast by PwC’s Human Resource Services practice explores the potential hazards for companies or individuals that are new to the realm of global mobility, or those looking to enhance their current processes.

Tax Insights: 2014 federal budget: The demise of immigration trusts
Canada's February 11, 2014 federal budget proposes to eliminate the tax benefits of immigration trusts. If you have relocated to Canada, this change could have adverse tax consequences.

Tax Tracks Episode 62: “Top global mobility issues facing Tax Directors” series – Cross border employment structures 
This first episode in the ‘Top global mobility issues facing Tax Directors’ series discusses the need for Tax Directors to be engaged in the structuring an international work assignment.

Tax Tracks Episode 59: “What if" series — Significant tax implications to Canadian residents working for a US employer in Canada 
In this episode of Tax Tracks, PwC’s Linda Lee discusses the payroll obligations for US employers with Canadian employees working in Canada and the repercussions for the Canadian employees.

Tax Tracks Episode 58: “What if" series – Significant tax implications to Canadian residents working for a US employer in the US 
In this episode of Tax Tracks PwC’s Vasu Krithigaivasan discusses the payroll considerations and payment of travel expenses for Canadian residents working in the US for a US employer.

Tax Tracks Episode 57: “What if” series – Payroll issues for cross-border employees receiving incentive compensation 
In this episode of Tax Tracks, David de Souza discusses payroll issues for cross-border employees related to incentive compensation.

Tax Tracks Episode 56: “What If” series – Payroll issues with respect to expatriate’s stock option grants 
In this episode of Tax Tracks, Carola Trolley explores payroll issues with respect to expatriate’s stock option grants.