Links to our August Cross-Border News: Webinar: Relocation Planning for U.S. Immigrants - Registration (gotowebinar.com) Doing Business in the U.S., Sales Tax Update and Other Tax Matters - Doing Business in the U.S.: Sales Tax Update and Other Tax Matters (tsacpa.com) And: Doing Business … [Read more...] about August Cross-Border News
Hit the ground running when the U.S. - Canada border reopens and expand your business into the U.S.! Experts, including our own cross-border expert David Lever, CPA, will be providing you with best practices, tips and how-tos at our upcoming June 1st webinar. Scheduled topics include incorporation, … [Read more...] about Start Planning Your Expansion into the U.S. Now!
Click to download a PDF of our March Cross-border newsletter. … [Read more...] about March 2021 Cross-Border Newsletter
If a non-U.S. corporation is selling product to customers in the U.S. or is rendering services in the U.S., there is a strong possibility that it would be considered to be conducting a U.S. trade or business; and the profits derived from such transactions could be subject to U.S. federal corporate … [Read more...] about Are U.S. Treaty-Based Returns for Non-U.S. Corporations Really Necessary? The Tax Court Underscores Why the Answer is an Emphatic “Yes”!
If you are selling products and/or services into the U.S., are you confident that you are collecting and remitting the correct sales tax on those sales? The U.S. Supreme Court landmark S. Dakota v. Wayfair, Inc. ruling nearly two years ago has caused 48 out of the 50 states to enact economic nexus … [Read more...] about Doing Business in the U.S. – Sales Tax Update and State Mandates
As the calendar flips from 2020 to 2021, we are seeing an uptick in real estate transactions, specifically in the area of vacation homes or cottages. The travel restrictions that have been in place since early 2020 may play a part in this decision as well. If you are a foreign (non-U.S.) person … [Read more...] about Selling your real estate investment or vacation home in the U.S.? Beware of FIRPTA