Canadian tax compliance obligations and tax residency status
Unsure of your Canadian tax obligations? We’ll help you determine if you need to file a tax return or pay income taxes in Canada.
Effect of immigration/emigration
Immigrating to or emigrating from Canada will impact your taxes. Get advice from a cross-border tax specialist to learn your obligations and simplify your move.
Applying for a Canadian tax ID number
In order to file your Canadian taxes, you may first need to apply for an individual tax number (ITN). We’ll help you navigate the forms and submit your application.
Canadian income tax return and disclosure form preparation
There are a number of reasons why you may have to file Canadian income tax returns. We can help with the preparation of tax returns and various forms.
Services related to foreign (non-Canadian) asset reporting on Canadian tax returns
If you’re a Canadian taxpayer with non-Canadian assets, we can help you assess and manage your obligations.
Services related to the rental or sale of Canadian real estate by non-residents
If you’re a non-resident, we can help you simplify the process of selling or renting Canadian real estate.
Foreign taxpayers doing business in Canada
We can help foreign individuals or entities doing business in Canada determine their tax compliance obligations, how best to structure their Canadian operations, and more.
Canadians doing business in the U.S.
We offer expert advice to Canadian residents operating businesses in the U.S., such as determining the best organizational structure for their operations.
Canadian payroll services
We offer payroll services to non-Canadian businesses with employees in Canada.
Transfer of retirement assets into Canada
For Canadian residents that have retirement assets in other countries, we can help determine whether it makes sense to move those assets to Canada or to leave them abroad.
Estate planning for individuals with cross-border assets or beneficiaries
We offer advice to families with a cross-border element to their estate planning — for example, beneficiaries living outside of Canada, real estate in other countries, and more.
Accounting for non-Canadian investment portfolios and rental properties
We can help Canadian residents with foreign investment and rental portfolios convert their non-Canadian tax information into a format useable for filing a Canadian tax return.