Grant Thornton expands across Canada, adding seven accounting practices
All seven firms are well-established practices in four provinces
COVID-19: The economic wildcard of the Biden Administration
Canadian accounting, economic experts say COVID-19 will determine U.S. economic stimulus and recovery
Which Canadian economic sectors will benefit from the Biden Administration?
The economic impact on Canada will depend on who controls the U.S. Senate, say expert Canadian accountants, economists
Free trade or tariffs? How the Biden Administration will affect Canadian, global trade
China the focus of U.S. policy, say Canadian accountants, economists
Friday News Roundup 20.12.11: CERB regrets, MNP Mindbridge, carbon taxes and more
Wrapping up the odds and ends in this week’s Canadian accounting news
Cyberattacks are on the rise amid work from home – how to protect your business
Professor Michael Parent on three crucial steps to protecting your data
Building back better: How the Canadian economy can recover from COVID-19
The fifth and final part of our economic series featuring Craig Alexander, Dimitry Anastakis, Douglas Porter and Avery Shenfeld
What will the Canadian economy look like post-pandemic?
Part four in our series: How will the Canadian economy recover from COVID-19?
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
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
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
Canadians taking household budget action, says CPA Canada finance study
Comprehensive 2020 Canadian Finance Study part of Financial Literacy Month
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
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
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
Have we just stumbled on the biggest productivity increase of the century?
By eliminating commuter time, working from home can boost productivity
What does IES 8 mean for smaller Canadian accounting firms?
Bridget Noonan, CPA, CA on how to ensure compliance with International Education Standard 8
Director's liability and the Income Tax Act statutory limitation
Tax lawyer and accountant David Rotfleisch looks at Soulliere v The Queen
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
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
Shifting to virtual: 3 tips to foster and promote team collaboration
With the rise in virtual teams comes the necessity to find innovative and effective ways to encourage collaboration, says Sofia Arisheh
COVID-19 could have a lasting, positive impact on workplace culture
Accounting firms will allow senior employees to work from home, says Erica Pimentel, CPA, CA