Barbeau Evans LLP – Fall 2017 Law Brief

To learn more about Multiple Wills and Probate Fees in British Columbia, the Foreign Buyer’s Tax, Anti-SPAM Law and the suspension of the Private Right of Action, as well recent developments at Barbeau Evans LLP, please see the:…

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We’re Looking for a Bookkeeper

Barbeau Evans LLP is looking for an organized, responsible and proactive part-time bookkeeper for our downtown Vancouver law office. Applicants must have excellent attention to detail, combined with the ability to multi-task and work independently. Duties include attending…

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Financial Assistance for Your Intellectual Property

Did you know that the Government of Canada has various financing assistance programs that could cover costs associated with protecting and acquiring intellectual property (IP) rights? From administrative fees to hiring an IP professional (i.e. the lawyers at…

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Foreign Owners of US LLCs (single-member) Must Report to IRS

Foreign owners of single-member US LLCs now forced to report to tax authority (IRS).

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Barbeau Evans LLP

We are excited to announce that some changes to our practice are coming in the new year! Barbeau Evans LLP.

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CRA Charities Directorate Video: “Gifting and Receipting”

Learn about the types of donations for which registered charities and other qualified donees can issue a tax receipt, and the various rules on receipting.

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Changes to Principal Residence Exemption Announced Today

Minister of Finance, Bill Morneau, announced a major change to the rules regarding the Principal Residence Exemption.

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Anti-Avoidance Rules in the Property Transfer Tax Act (British Columbia)

Commentary on the Anti-Avoidance Rules contained in the Property Transfer Tax Act (British Columbia).

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Abuse of Powers of Attorney

The uses and abuses of powers of attorney, according to British Columbia law.

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New Tax on Foreign Buyers of Vancouver of Real Estate

Foreign buyers of Metro Vancouver real estate will be taxed an additional 15 per cent, the government announced today in new legislation.

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