Strategy

Business

Will higher taxes help the Canadian economy recover from COVID-19?

In part three of our five-part series, Canadian economists weigh in on post-pandemic taxation
Business

Then & Now: How will the Canadian economy recover from COVID-19?

In part two of our five-part series, why the current economy compares favourably with more recent economic crises
Business

Five-Part Series: How will the Canadian economy recover from COVID-19?

Craig Alexander, Dimitry Anastakis, Douglas Porter and Avery Shenfeld on the economic path forward, post-pandemic
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
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
Profession

COVID-19: How SME accounting firms will change post-pandemic

The fifth and final story in our series on how the coronavirus crisis is accelerating change at accounting firms across Canada
Profession

COVID-19: Accounting firms are finding efficiencies amidst disruption

Part four in a series on how the coronavirus crisis is accelerating change at SME accounting firms across Canada
Practice

The Corporate Piggy Bank: Accessing corporate cash through use of short-term specific purposes loans

Gergely Hegedus and Keith Hennel of Dentons on short-term corporate loans during the current COVID-19 pandemic
Profession

WFH: COVID-19 is accelerating remote work at accounting firms

Part three in a series on how the coronavirus crisis is accelerating change at accounting firms
Technology

Why you must include price protection for cloud software renewals

Agreement renewals are a vendor payday, says tech negotiation expert Phil Downe
Profession

COVID-19 pandemic promotes paperless public practices

Part two in a series on how the coronavirus crisis is accelerating change at accounting firms
Profession

COVID-19 is accelerating change at Canadian accounting firms

Part one in a series on the post-pandemic accounting office
Technology

How to avoid costly price escalation in cloud software deals

Beware the land and expand sales tactic, says tech negotiation expert Phil Downe
Business

How coronavirus is changing the rules on foreign investment in essential areas

The COVID-19 crisis appears to be speeding up the deglobalization process
Business

Canadian post-pandemic economy to be tepid, says accounting firm RSM Canada

Monetary authorities have responded appropriately says The Real Economy
Management

How accounting, finance can navigate regulatory reporting complexity during the pandemic

Massimo Marinelli of EY Canada on staying committed to business fundamentals during COVID-19
Practice

Coronavirus & accountants series, conclusion: Colby McGeachy

And some observations from this week's 5-part series
Practice

Coronavirus & accountants series, part four: Sole practitioners

“If it was any other time of year, it would be so much easier”: Catherine Barrie and Larry Hemeryck of Ontario
Practice

Coronavirus & accountants series, part three: Ish Jindal CPA

Precaution not panic as clients react differently to COVID-19, says Ish Jindal
Practice

Coronavirus & accountants series, part two: Andersen Tax LLP

The COVID-19 outbreak has occurred at a critical time for accounting firms
Practice

Coronavirus & accountants: 6 accounting firms speak out

First of a 5-part series: Jason Kingston of DSK LLP in Cambridge & Kitchener
Management

Communications: The critical role of accountants during the COVID-19 outbreak

Clients are looking to their accountants for financial information and more during the coronavirus crisis
Management

Management: Why every company needs a Chief Fun Officer

Professor David Allen on 4 factors that instill fun corporate cultures
Technology

Where Canadian accountants are putting their hardware dollars

Sole practitioners, firms outsourcing more of their IT support