Russell W. Crawford is the national service line leader of KPMG’s U.S. corporate tax services practice. With U.S. tax reform looking increasingly likely to be enacted, Canadian businesses owners are
The Liberal government is making further concessions to small-business owners as a Senate study has concluded that Finance Minister Bill Morneau should scrap his controversial tax plan entirely. As members
The series: We look at decision makers among Canada’s mid-sized companies who took successful action in a competitive global digital economy. Most businesses today know they need a digital strategy
Report on Small Business newsletter: How Canada’s opioid crisis is turning business owners to advocates
How Canada’s opioid crisis is turning business owners into advocates Over the past year, Vancouver restaurant owner Brandon Grossutti has kept the anti-overdose drug Naloxone close at hand. Having run
Back in August, Toronto furniture store owner John Anderson was shocked to learn that his taxes, maintenance and insurance costs were set to jump from $35,000 over the next year.
Back in August, Toronto furniture store owner John Anderson was shocked to learn that his taxes, maintenance and insurance costs were set to jump by $35,000 over the next year.
Things have been fairly quiet in the media recently on the topic of the proposed tax changes introduced by the Liberals on July 18. The truth is, however, I am
The proposed overhaul of the U.S. tax system is expected to benefit Canadian companies doing business south of the border. The U.S. Senate is set to begin its consideration of
Ontario passes $15 minimum wage Ontario will move ahead with implementing $15 minimum wage by 2019, and enact other new worker-focused rules even sooner, as lawmakers passed a series of