Management

Thought Leaders

Remote work requires us to reconsider how to evaluate and pay employees

Professional services employee evaluation, compensation schemes don’t work when WFH, says Erica Pimentel, CPA, CA
Profession

New campaign shows how CPAs will chart the course in post-pandemic recovery

New multi-media campaign, "Charting the Course," profiles businesses and individual CPAs
Practice

Refinancing Prescribed-Rate Loans Used For Income Splitting

Vincent E. Didkovsky of Newport Private Wealth and Michael Goldberg of Minden Gross on minimizing the risk of a challenge from the CRA
Technology

How ScanSnap helps accountants work from home

Remote work is here to stay. A document scanner is essential hardware
Thought Leaders

Have we just stumbled on the biggest productivity increase of the century?

By eliminating commuter time, working from home can boost productivity
Profession

What does IES 8 mean for smaller Canadian accounting firms?

Bridget Noonan, CPA, CA on how to ensure compliance with International Education Standard 8
Practice

Director's liability and the Income Tax Act statutory limitation

Tax lawyer and accountant David Rotfleisch looks at Soulliere v The Queen
Taxation

Me Too defeats You Too in Tax Court

The Penate decision by the Tax Court of Canada is welcome awareness of racial and gender discrimination, says Claire M.C. Kennedy and Anu Nijhawan of Bennett Jones LLP
Thought Leaders

How to maintain employee development during the pandemic

Accounting firms are changing the ways they develop employees during COVID-19, says Erica Pimentel, CPA, CA
Practice

How to help clients avoid grant penalties in SR&ED claims

When a client wins grant funding, it can have a dramatic impact on their claim