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Ranks of world’s wealthiest still growing

By: Helen Burggraf | 03 Mar 2017

The ranks of the world’s Ultra-High-Net-Worth Individuals (UHNWIs) – those with $30m or more in net assets – rose by 6,340 in 2016, to 193,490, after having fallen by 3% last…

President Trump’s proposed changes to the US International Tax Regime

By: Howard S. Fisher1, Beverly Hills, California And Alexander J. Fisher2, Beverly Hills, California | 24 Feb 2017

Howard S. Fisher and Alexander J. Fisher explore the new president’s proposal for tax reform, and its likelihood for enactment.

Tax Planning Beyond the Grave – when you are worth more dead than alive

By: Gary S. Wolfe, The Wolfe Law Group, Los Angeles, USA With Special Contributors; Anthony Gordon, Esq. And David Richardson, Mid-Ocean Consulting, Ltd. | 10 Dec 2016

The IRS has started using ‘image and likeness’ as a factor in determining the value of estates of deceased celebrities, raising concern among trust and estate lawyers. Gary S. Wolfe with David Richardson and
Anthony Gordon look at the intricacies of celebrity tax planning strategy.

Tax Planning Beyond the Grave – when you are worth more dead than alive

By: Gary S. Wolfe, The Wolfe Law Group, Los Angeles, USA With Special Contributors; Anthony Gordon, Esq. And David Richardson, Mid-Ocean Consulting, Ltd. | 10 Dec 2016

The IRS has started using ‘image and likeness’ as a factor in determining the value of estates of deceased celebrities, raising concern among trust and estate lawyers. Gary S. Wolfe with David Richardson and Anthony Gordon look at the intricacies of celebrity tax planning strategy.

Tax Court of Canada upholds offshore insurance structure

By: N. Gregory McNally, President, N. Gregory McNally & Associates, Toronto, Canada | 10 Dec 2016

N. Gregory McNally examines the judgement of The Hon. Justice Campbell Miller in the Tax Court of Canada Golini, P.C. v. The Queen ruling.

Canada – Recent judicial and legislative responses to outbound corporate surplus stripping

By: Nathan Boidman, Partner, Davies Ward Phillips & Vineberg LLP, Montreal, Canada | 10 Dec 2016

Canadian tax issues, when a Canadian target is acquired indirectly by purchasing the shares of a foreign company, are becoming increasingly more difficult to manage. Nathan Boidman reviews the Univar case.

Investor Green Cards

By: By Mark Ivener, Ivener & Fullmer LLP, Los Angeles And New York, USA | 04 Nov 2016

Mark Ivener discusses the eligibility and requirements of the visas needed to authorise working as a non-immigrant in the United States.

Canada and BEPS

By: By Nathan Boidman, Davies Ward Phillips & Vineberg, Montréal, Canada | 09 Dec 2015

Nathan Boidman observes the final outcomes of the OECD Base Erosion and Profit Shifting Project released in October and contemplates the implications in Canada.

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