Photo of Robert WorthingtonRami PandherBy Robert Worthington and Rami PandherMarch 06 2018
Tax Law

The 2018 Federal Budget: Tax Reform for Private Corporations is Softened

The 2018 Federal Budget has been more anticipated than usual for private corporations and their tax advisors. The Budget contains many items of interest for private corporations and high net-worth individuals with corporate-held investments, and is not as punitive as some have feared. We have prepared a commentary that will focus mainly on the tax amendments relating to private corporations and their shareholders, cross-border and international aspects, and administration and enforcement rules. Click on the link below to download Nerland Lindsey’s 2018 Budget Commentary.

Nerland Lindsey’s 2018 Budget Commentary

Invitation for Discussion:

If you would like to discuss this article in greater detail, or any other aspect of the 2018 Federal Budget, please do not hesitate to contact one of the lawyers in the Tax group at Nerland Lindsey LLP.


Note that the foregoing is for general discussion purposes only and should not be construed as legal advice to any one person or company. If the issues discussed herein affect you or your company, you are encouraged to seek proper legal advice.

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