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    Cryptocurrency in Canada in 2020

    Bitcoin, the very first cryptocurrency, was created in 2009. Ten years and many thousands of cryptocurrencies later, taxation and regulatory agencies around the world are finally starting to realize that cryptocurrencies are here to stay.

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    A less taxing take on TOSI

    The “kiddie tax” was introduced in 2000 to deter income splitting with minor children by enforcing taxation at the highest marginal tax rate on the income received and denying certain personal tax credits. In recent years, new legislation expanded the tax on split income (TOSI), extending beyond minor children to include certain adults as well.

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    Income received after death

    Recently, the Canada Revenue Agency released a technical interpretation to clarify the commentary in the T4001 Employer’s Guide – Payroll deductions and Remittances, and the T4011 guide, Preparing Returns for Deceased Persons, in respect of income payable at death...

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    New employee stock option rules delayed

    Those individuals who were preparing for the Jan. 1, 2020 implementation of the revised stock option rules will have to wait a little longer. The Department of Finance Canada announced on Dec. 19, 2019 that the effective date of the revised employee stock option rules will be delayed. 

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    Infographic: 4 paths to savings for home buyers

    A surprisingly high percentage of home owners, home buyers and real estate professionals (including agents, accountants, bankers and lawyers) are unaware of the tax credits and incentives available on the purchase and renovation of homes in Canada. With that in mind, here are four of the most widely available opportunities.

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    Five key considerations for Canadians selling to Americans online

    Due to the rise of online sales through the likes of Amazon and eBay, a number of Canadians are looking into selling goods online to consumers who live in the United States. Setting up an online business is a great way to supplement your primary income stream, but even if your business is a relatively small undertaking, there are several issues to consider. With that in mind, here are five key considerations for Canadians selling to Americans online.