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Free Webinar: Understanding US/Canada Cross-border Tax Issues 11.12.2014 | Tim McCarney

It may be widely known as the country that gave the world hockey, Tim Horton’s and William Shatner. But Canada is a robust, multicultural region presenting very unique challenges to companies looking to deploy critical talent – challenges that companies moving employees from the United States into Canada need to be aware of.

It may be widely known as the country that gave the world hockey, Tim Horton’s and William Shatner. But Canada is a robust, multicultural region presenting very unique challenges to companies looking to deploy critical talent – challenges that companies moving employees from the United States into Canada need to be aware of.

In our latest free webinar for corporate relocation managers, Peter Cloutier, VP in the assignment management group in our Toronto office, will offer sound advice for avoiding costly missteps in the area of taxation when it comes to U.S./Canada cross-border moves.

His insight can spell the difference between a successful transition or a lost investment.

Participants in this session will:

  • Learn to appreciate the unique nuances of Canadian tax laws and their impact on workforce mobility
  • Identify best tax practices for moving talent from the United States into Canada
  • Explore real-life examples to improve their own programs

RESPECT THE BORDER: BEST TAX PRACTICES FOR U.S./CANADA CROSS-BORDER MOVES

Tuesday, December 2, 2014
2:00-2:30 p.m. ET

Register using this link.

Please note that this webinar is for corporate relocation managers only. Registrants from other third-party relocation service companies will be removed from the registration list.

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Written by Tim McCarney

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Tim is Weichert’s Vice President of Marketing, responsible for keeping our brand strong and crafting our brand’s story. Outside of the office, he can often be found worrying about the Boston Red Sox.

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