Canadian and US tax systems: a comparison
Michael Cadesky, June 2012
Michael Cadesky TEP has practised in Canadian and international tax for more than 30 years. He was formerly Chair of STEP Canada and Chair of STEP. He is a Vice President of STEP.
Summary:For two countries separated by the longest undefended border in the world, the US and Canada have surprisingly fundamental and widespread differences between their tax systems.
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