"New" Provincial & Territorial Tax News Newsletter
We are pleased to announce the launch of “Provincial & Territorial Tax News Newsletter”. A new newsletter published six times per annum designed to highlight recent provincial and territorial tax developments. Every issue will highlight the hot topics in provincial tax, and will feature new government documents and provincial budgets. Provincial & Territorial Tax News will provide Carswell customers with expert analysis and commentary on important provincial tax developments and trends. Find out more
General Corporate Newsletter “Privately Held Companies & Taxes”
Editor Sunita D. Doobay LL.B., LL.M. (Tax) (NYU)
This new newsletter will be published 6 times per year and easily accessible through the Newsletter section of the Table of Contents. Latest issue includes rich insight into the following topics:
- Rectifications – The equitable remedy which allows the Court to correct a mistake made and allows for the original agreements of the parties to be rectified in order to correctly reflect the original intention of the parties.
- Self supply rules under the GST/HST regime – A recent case is analyzed with respect to self supply rules and leads to a better understanding of these rules.
- Pipeline strategy - Subsection 84(2) of the Income Tax Act is discussed in relation to post-mortem pipelines
New "Blakes on Canadian Tax Controversy and Tax Litigation"
We are pleased to announce the launch of “Blakes on Canadian Tax Controversy and Tax Litigation”. A new newsletter published six times per annum delivering insight and guidance, on recent developments in the area of tax controversy and litigation. Current issue Supreme Court of Canada Upholds New Test for Residency of Trusts register for your free copy.
This newsletter is published 24 times per year and keeps you up to date on the latest GST developments. Each issue includes “What’s New in GST” and “What’s New in the Canada GST Service”. Also included are recent case summaries, GST research “tidbits”, announcements of new Canada Revenue Agency policy, excerpts from press releases, analysis of current issues and so much more…
GST Case Notes
A newsletter containing David Sherman’s detailed editorial comments on the latest GST – related cases published in the Canada GST Cases – not just GST appeals, but also contract and bankruptcy disputes where the GST is at stake, criminal prosecutions for GST evasion, and other GST related cases. David Sherman’s comments keep you up on the latest in what the Courts have had to say about the GST.
Pound’s Tax Case Notes
This newsletter ensures users are kept up to date on new developments. Dick Pound edits Pound’s Tax Case Notes, a review of tax-law court cases. Fun Fact: You may recognize Dick Pound who has been a longstanding member of the Canadian Olympic Committee.
Tax Hyperion™ is a monthly newsletter that is pushed by e-mail to Taxnet Pro subscribers. This recent enhancement to Taxnet Pro provides insightful analysis of recent developments and is an ideal complement to the current awareness tax information provided by Carswell. Edited by Bruce Russell of McInnes Cooper. Learn more and get a free 3 month subscription.
Tax Times, a twice-monthly newsletter, provides the user with a quick overview of recent tax developments in the area of federal income tax and significant provincial announcements. Included are recent case summaries, news and comments on the introduction and progress of bills, summaries of draft legislation and highlights of updates to the Canada Tax Service. This newsletter also features in-depth articles on tax-related issues.
Newsletters from the Corporate Tax Centre
Provides news and analysis on Canadian government tax policies regarding intercompany transfer pricing written by KPMG.
Tax implications of SR&ED in Canada written by Deloitte.
Mergers & Acquisitions
Tax issues related to Mergers and Acquisitions written by Davies, Ward, Phillips & Vineberg.
Tax issues faced by individuals and corporations in reference to GST/HST, Customs, International Trade and Excise taxes written by Blakes
International tax issues faced by individuals and corporations writen by McCarthy Tétrault
Tax issues faced by corporations.
Americ-Can Tax Talk
American tax issues of interest to Canadians
From the Foreign Desk…
Tax developments from around the world
Newsletters from Tax & Estate Planning Centre
Published six times a year provides insightful, expert commentary on estate and trusts cross-border issues facing Canadians.
Written by Martin Rochwerg, Miller Thomson and David Chodikoff, Miller Thomson, It’s Personal is published several times a year providing insightful, expert commentary on Tax issues faced by individuals.
Canadian Tax Highlights
There are two important components of TaxNews that ensure our users are fully informed of any developments or changes to tax law and policy.
The first component is the TaxNews Landing Page, which is located on the TaxNews tab accessible from the Home Page. The TaxNews Grid on the TaxNews Landing Page allows users to zero in on tax news by topical area. In addition, this TaxNews Landing Page contains a compilation of current awareness information, alerts to updated expert analysis, and important documents released by government bodies that will impact business decisions - in other words the “top hot news”. The content presented on this page is selected by our editors and is relevant to the tax practitioner.
The second component is the Email Alert Service. All our competitors offer a similar service, but what differentiates us is the level of customization that is possible. You can choose what types of content, what areas of interest and how often you want to receive the email. Please refer to Figures 10 through 15 in the Powerful Technology section of this document for important information on enhancements to this service.
All subscriptions on Taxnet Pro contain TaxNews. The French version of TaxNews is called “Actualités Fiscales". All search templates include TaxNews. Both Corporate Tax Centre and Tax & Estate Planning Centre have their separate News areas within each centre called “What’s New”. Only some of these documents are posted to TaxNews.