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CPA Canada appears before two parliamentary committees to deliver remarks about the private corporation tax changes contained in the federal government’s Budget Implementation Act.

With $2.2 billion in estimated taxes at stake, closing arguments were recently concluded in a tax case that could reshape Canada’s transfer pricing landscape. An update from Richter LLP, featured in BNA International, explains.

Thinking about volunteering for a CPA Canada tax committee or joining the In-Depth Tax Course faculty? Discover how to build your credentials, give back to our profession, and learn and grow, personally and professionally.

CPA Canada is actively working to determine the full implications of the Supreme Court of Canada’s recent decision in the Livent case.

From June to July 2017, provincial accounting bodies and CPA Canada conducted a compensation survey of Canadian Professional Accountants (CPAs). Learn about the results.

Keep up with the latest thinking on tax from CPAs in Canada with our round-up of new tax-related alerts, articles, white papers and thought leadership releases contributed by national CPA firms.

Technology and the unprecedented availability and immediacy of information has changed the business world. Corporate reporting has not embraced technology in the same way. We hosted a discussion on digital reporting technology to learn more.

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