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- Checking in on the Canadian Economy as Benefits are Set to Run Out
As the COVID-19 pandemic began to largely shut down the Canadian and American economies in the Spring of 2020, governments on both sides of the border acted quickly to help individuals and businesses survive the economic impacts they were experiencing. This week, as Canadian businesses and individua … Read more »
- Land Border Between Canada and the United States Set To Reopen
At Feigenbaum Law, we represent clients who have cross-border business or tax and estate interests. As such, many of our clients spend a considerable amount of time traveling between the United States and Canada. Over the course of the COVID-19 pandemic, cross-border travel was all but shut down for … Read more »
- Former NBA Athletes Charged Following Fraud Investigation
One of the most challenging aspects of being a professional athlete is managing money. At Feigenbaum Law, we offer a wide range of services to clients in sports and entertainment, including those related to contract reviews, tax planning, and more. Many athletes only have a short window of time to c … Read more »
- What Does The American Families Plan Mean For Canadians?
Winter is approaching, and for many Canadians, there is hope that they might again be able to escape the Canadian cold and head to the southern United States to enjoy some sun in the depths of winter. In the time that Canadians have largely been unable to travel to the United States the country has … Read more »
- Directors of Companies With Canadian And American Offices Need To Be Mindful Of Tax Obligations
The border between the United States and Canada may be extremely long, but it’s also extremely fluid in terms of how many physical goods pass through it each day. In addition, many businesses operate on both sides of the border, sometimes having separate corporations in each country. For example, Ca … Read more »