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Dominion Tax Law is a Canadian law firm that has restricted its practice to Canadian income tax. It is an independent firm with offices in Toronto, Ontario and Calgary, Alberta but serving clients across all provinces of Canada. Our tax lawyers can assist with all Canadian income tax issues faced by individuals, trusts, partnerships & corporations. We serve both Canadian residents, and non-residents with connections to Canada.
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- Tax Advising for Cross-Border Mergers and Acquisitions
- Tax Controversy
- Canadian Tax Planning for Wealth Transfer from Other Countries
- Voluntary Disclosures
- Offshore Tax Informant
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Jonathan Garbutt’s commentary on the Draft Guidelines for CCUS & Clean Technology Tax Credit.
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When a Good Idea Goes Off the Rails – The Proposed Legislation for the New Clean Technology Investment Tax Credit Is Technically Problematic and Excessively Restrictive to be Competitive with the IRA
Photo credit: SayCheeeeeese, CC0, via Wikimedia CommonsLast month, Finance Canada released their proposed legislation (the “Proposals”) for, among other things,...
With the Law Society of Alberta’s recent announcement launching Locum Connect, we thought it was an important time to make sure solo practitioners and small firms...
Canadian Tax Haiku of the week: Tax Court appeals: Be sure you are advised The stakes are too high Introduction A few weeks ago we discussed the process of...
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Congressman says U.S. should consider tit-for-tat tax on Canadian-owned properties in the States...
Today Dominion Tax Law’s Jonathan Garbutt appeared on the Business News Network (“BNN”) to discuss the Government’s proposed tax changes, and how they are going to...
Jonathan Garbutt quoted on the Globe and Mail website, article titled “Out of the shadows”, regarding BC Real Estate
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Canafric Inc. v HMK, TCC 2023 108 (“Canafric”) is the most recent addition to the Tax Court of Canada’s jurisprudence on Scientific Research and Experimental...
According to a recent CBC news story, a man named Justice Mounsey had his personal information hacked from a Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) website in 2020. As a...
So you have a Tax Free Saving Account (“TFSA”) with a bit of capital in it, and you are a savvy investor, so you are earning a bit of income in the account. You...