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Are Cryptocurrencies Subject to Sales Tax?

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 Are Cryptocurrencies Subject to Sales Tax? The use of Cryptocurrencies in Canada continues to gain popularity, but as its use cases proliferate, the regulators, including the Canada Revenue Agency (“CRA”), are struggling to provide answers for how certain rules and…

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Dealing with the Matrimonial Home Upon Separation

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Dealing with the Matrimonial Home Upon Separation Separation from one’s spouse or partner can occur in many different ways.  A separation occurs when spouses take steps to end their relationship, and in most cases, this happens when partners decide to…

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Ontario Securities Commission Takes It’s First Crack at Regulating a Token Generation Event

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Ontario Securities Commission’s Takes Its First Crack at Regulating a Token Generation Event Many of you may recall that in March 2017 the Ontario Securities Commission (“OSC”), on the coat tales of its American counterpart, released “Staff Notice 46-307 –…

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Are Cryptocurrencies Securities?

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Are Cryptocurrencies Securities? The recent explosion of crowd sales for Blockchain based businesses has resulted in the raising of tens of millions of dollars through the sale of cryptographic coins and tokens, known as cryptocurrencies. Earlier this year tech companies…

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The Risks Of Accepting Cryptocurrency As Payment

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What Are The Risks Of Accepting Cryptocurrency As Payment? There has been a lot of hype around the Cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin (BTC), Ethereum (ETH) and Ripple (XRP) lately. Crypto-Currencies are digital currencies which exist on a shared, decentralized ledger,…

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What Are Cryptocurrencies & How Will They Affect My Business?

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Cryptocurrencies, such as Bitcoin, Litecoin, Ripple and Ether, have been making headlines lately, but not for the right reasons. They usually make headlines because of spectacular gains in value or, even more headlines with spectacular crashes. They make headlines when…

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Should I Incorporate in the United States?

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The United States is Canada’s largest trading partner and thus a very appetizing market for Canadian businesses. Many Canadian companies and individuals looking to invest in or emigrate to the US often contemplate whether it would be worthwhile for them…

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Varying an Interim Custody Order

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Are you unhappy with how things are going with your custody and access arrangement?Would you like to see your children more often?  If so, you are not alone. Everyday people seek to change their existing parenting plan arrangement.   Before…

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How to Draw Money from your Corporation while Mitigating your Tax Liability

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If you have been following our start-up series, you will have already planned for your moment as well as learned about corporate structure. The next question we usually get is a big one: “WHAT IS THE BEST WAY TO DRAW…

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Trusts for Seniors

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When coming up with an estate plan, we want to give as much as possible to our family and pay as little as possible in tax. This is why if you own real estate or other property and have started…

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