TORONTO, Ont. - U.S.-bound carriers will have the chance to learn about how the U.S.-Canada Income Tax Treaty affects them, with a seminar scheduled for Sept. 25 at Toronto's Regal Constellation Hotel...
TORONTO, Ont. – U.S.-bound carriers will have the chance to learn about how the U.S.-Canada Income Tax Treaty affects them, with a seminar scheduled for Sept. 25 at Toronto’s Regal Constellation Hotel.
The event will be presented by Michael Sumate, Deloitte and Touche’s partner, U.S.-Canada Cross Border Tax Services, and Jacqueline Naish, the company’s manager, U.S.-Canada Cross Border Tax Services.
The conference will cover an overview of the U.S. nexus concept, basics of the U.S.-Canada tax treaty, and the abilities that U.S. state authorities have to tax Canadian carriers. The speakers will also address the tax regimes in specific U.S. states, including Michigan, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, New York, Ohio and Massachusettes.
So too will you have a chance to learn what a state can do if you fail to file a return, and discover the voluntary disclosure programs.
The cost is $249 for members of the Ontario Trucking Association and $349 for non-members. To register, call Yvonne Macaulay at 416-249-7401, or E-mail email@example.com. n
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