US Cross-Border Tax Blog

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Steven Flynn

Business in Vancouver – Article on how US tax reforms may impact Canadian business

Steven Flynn, a partner with W.L. Dueck & Co. LLP, was interviewed by Business in Vancouver and discussed how potential US tax reforms may impact Canadian businesses.


Consulting in the US – Planning in advance well worth it

Independent consultants in Canada will often incorporate their practice in order to offer some liability protection not otherwise achieved through a sole-proprietorship structure.   From a Canadian income tax perspective, the incorporated consultant will often make the choice between compensating himself by way of salary or receiving dividends from the corporation.  In addition, many year-end corporate accounting and reporting decisions are made relying on Canada Revenue Agency administrative positions. The moment the consulting activity enters the United States (or any other… Read More


Don’t forget about State and Local income tax implications when working in the US!

The domestic tax implications of living and working in one country are generally straight-forward.  While there may be from time to time some complicating domestic tax issues, generally, with a bit of resourcefulness you don’t need to be a tax specialist to resolve the personal tax matter (although you may like to hand it off to a professional!). When a Canadian resident individual working for a Canadian employer starts to work in the United States for that employer, the taxation… Read More