CPA Magazine

Canada is a nation of immigrants. From our indigenous people to the more recent, all played a part in the shaping of our country. And while building new lives for themselves, they built this country into what it is today.

An influx of immigrants who work and pay taxes might fix our budget woes and mitigate the effects of an aging population, but what are the costs of doing so?

Warren Buffett’s right-hand man, Charlie Munger, thinks US finance is “out of control and it isn’t good for the rest of us."

Do you have a deep nagging doubt that someone will discover that you are not good at what you do? Or that your IT skills are less than stellar? You shouldn’t. Here’s why.

In 10 years, Lawrence Eade has gone from working across the street from Wok Box to being CEO of Box Concepts Food Group.

Since gaining independence in 1991, oil and uranium-rich Kazakhstan has become central Asia's largest economy.

As these four CPAs know, the quest for a better life in a new country rarely comes without a few hitches and hurdles.

Transhumanists believe science and technology can transform the human condition and cure all our ills. But are they right?

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