Nov 12, 2015 – Canada: Corporations are king. In Canada, most small businesses operate a C Corporations. This is surprising to Americans who are double taxed at at very high rates when using C Corps. There are two reasons C Corps work in Canada: The federal corporate tax rate is much lower (15% in Canada vs …

Jun 27, 2012 – How do Canadian small business owners stack up against their American counterparts? Pretty well, according to the 2012 Small Business Report by Canadian software firm Wave Accounting. There are, as expected, many similarities: 85% of Canadian entrepreneurs love…

Aug 26, 2014 – Burger King's announcement that it will move its headquarters to Canada has put the spotlight on Canada's tax system. Just what are the tax benefits of doing business in Canada versus the U.S.? First, Canada has a much lower corporate tax rate: 15 percent at the federal level plus another 11 percent on …

Many Americans make the mistake of thinking Canada and America have basically the same culture. Not only is this belief offensive to Canadians, but it also ignores important differences in the business culture of both countries. International business novices would do well to compare the Canadian and American …

Mar 30, 2016 – KPMG's Competitive Alternatives is a biannual comparison of business location costs across 100 cities from North America as well as leading mature market economies in Europe and Asia-Pacific. This includes Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Mexico, the Netherlands, the United Kingdom …

Feb 25, 2013 – Later, he ran several companies in the United States, selling one — Webjump — for US$25-million in 1999. … There have been several notable Canadian small business milestones this year, from Eloqua's IPO, to HootSuite's $20-million funding from Canadian venture capital fund OMERS Ventures in …

Canada and the United States resemble each other closely: to the global family, the two are close cousins, if not siblings, sharing political and economic ties as well as similar laws in many areas. However, quite apart from our distinct spelling traditions, the course of political, social, and economic history in Canada and the …

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