Clients Crossing Borders? Know Before They Go

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Present real case studies of cross-border businesses tackling tax withholding, reporting and compliance issues in Canada and the US.

There have been a number of tax reforms and case overhauls on both sides of the Canada-US border of late - most notably the recent May announcement by the IRS regarding the foreign reporting campaign, and the more recent Supreme Court ruling on State Sales Tax. Do you have clients whose business crosses borders? If so you'll need to keep up to date on these and other changes.

Join Laura McLeman and Natalia Velez as they present real case studies of cross-border businesses tackling tax withholding, reporting and compliance issues in Canada and the US.

This webinar will introduce you to Jane, the US-based Engineer, independently consulting as a Sole Member LLC for Oil and Gas companies providing services to a Canadian based client. You will also meet Harvey, a Vancouver-based tech company owner who will soon begin selling his specialized and customizable point of sale software and equipment in California. Finally it will also Richard and Rhonda's situation, owners of a large US staffing company who have been placing tech professionals in Toronto for short term contract positions. The webinar will explore, Jane, Harvey and Richard and Rhonda's individual and corporate reporting and tax obligations in Canada and the US.

More specifically, topics covered will include:

  • The Concept of "Doing Business In" (Canadian, US and general State considerations)
  • Canadian and US reporting and withholding obligations for payments to Non-Residents including
  • An introduction and brief overview of non-resident forms and tax returns in both Canada and the US
  • Application of the US-Canada Tax Treaty
  • Simplifying Compliance by choosing the right structure for a cross-border business

Target Audience

This webinar will be of most interest to all professionals that provide tax services to individuals and corporations expanding their global reach, specifically in Canada and the US.

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This Webinar Includes:

  • 30 days to review the webinar recording

This webinar is being presented by LauraMcLeman of Citizen Abroad Tax Consultants and Natalie Velez of MGO LLP.

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