Resources & Articles

Cross-Border Tax


Planning Issues for Taxpayers Owning Two or More “Principal Residences”February 27th, 2019

Owning more than one residence can be a taxing ordeal.  Generally, Canadians are exempt from tax on the capital gains arising on the sale of...
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We Can Help you with International Tax Planning and ComplianceFebruary 5th, 2019

At DJB, our focus is to understand our clients’ needs and develop a customized plan to ensure these needs are met. Whether it’s an international...
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Structuring Options for Foreign Corporations Doing Business in CanadaJanuary 29th, 2019

If your company is looking to expand into Canada, there are options as to how you go about structuring your business.  The two most common...
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Meet the Lead of Our International Tax Services: Ryan BouskillJanuary 25th, 2019

Ryan came on board as a Senior Manager in 2016 and became Partner with the Firm in 2019. He leads the cross-border tax practice and...
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What Does the ‘Wayfair’ Decision Really Mean?November 15th, 2018

Background On June 21, 2018, the U.S. Supreme Court concluded on one of the most important state tax cases of the last 25 years in Wayfair...
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Advice for Dealing with Tariffs on Steel and Aluminum ProductsAugust 23rd, 2018

Tariffs between the USA and Canada on steel and aluminum products are creating uncertainty in the construction industry.  There are concerns around shortages of material...
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U.S. Tax Compliance for Canadians Who Own U.S. Real PropertyJune 21st, 2018

U.S. Rental income If a Canadian resident receives rental income from real property located in the U.S., they are subject to a non-resident withholding tax...
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How Does GST/HST Apply when Exporting Tangible Goods from Canada?November 2nd, 2017

As Canadian companies continue to look for customers in other parts of the world, they must ensure that they take into consideration that Canada’s GST/HST...
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Trump’s Proposed Framework Offers Big Changes to Combat “Broken Tax Code”October 30th, 2017

On September 27, 2017, the Trump Administration and Congressional Republican leaders released a document called a “unified framework for fixing our broken tax code”.  The...
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Cross-Border Child Support and Spousal Support ImplicationsOctober 5th, 2017

For the majority of Canadian couples that separate, both parties continue to live in Canada and have reasonably predictable incomes.  Determining income for support in...
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