Canada – U.S.
Cross Border Tax
Understanding Canada – U.S. taxesBusiness Clients - Overview
According to Statistics Canada and the Office of the United States Trade Representative, Canada and the United States have been each other’s largest trading partner. Therefore it is common for a Canadian company expanding into the United States and vice versa.
- How does a business navigate the two tax systems similar in appearance yet different in many ways?
- How does a business structure its chain of ownership and operations to achieve the optimal tax benefits in both countries?
- How can a business take advantage of the Canada – U.S. Income Tax Convention (the “Treaty”)?
Adanac Cross Border Tax is here to work with you to design a road map for your expansion and on-going support in tax consultation and tax preparation in both countries.
We have extensive experience with small to medium size public and private businesses in the following sectors:
- Air carrier
- Professional services
- Real estate
A couple common mistakes how cross border Canada – U.S. tax is viewed:
Mistake One – Cross border tax is part of the domestic tax system.
Reason – Cross border tax issues are specifically covered within the international tax regime which are far more complex than the domestic tax laws.
Mistake Two – to assume the Canada and U.S. tax systems are the same.
Reason – there are many day-to-day tax treatments that are different between the two jurisdictions, not to mention unique differences in complex tax planning.
Adanac will assist you in understanding and navigating the Canada – U.S. tax environment and turn the differences into your advantages.