The tax treaty between Canada and the US provides uniform bilateral tax rules intended to avoid double taxation of their cross-border investors. The treaty provides an opportunity for businesses to be exempt from taxes, or be taxed at a reduced rate on certain items of income they receive from sources within these respective countries.
Baker Tilly and Collins Barrow international tax specialist discuss benefits available under the Canada-US tax treaty. The program includes:
- Choosing a fixed place of business
- Ownership structuring and planning for cash flow needs
- Anti-hybrid rules under the treaty
- Employers and payroll considerations
- Provisions for transportation companies
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