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April 10, 2017

We love Cross Border Tax Work

It's true! Did you know that at DSK, we often work with professional colleagues in the preparation of US compliance work, and can provide guidance and support to your team…
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By Jason Kingston at DSKCRAtaxThe Bottom LineUS Tax
December 5, 2016

U.S. Approves Country By Country Reporting (The Bottom Line)

As a regular contributor to The Bottom Line newsletter, Jason is quoted in the September publication weighing in on a recent development in reporting structure. For more information on this,…
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October 14, 2016

Cross Border Taxation

Many of our clients are actively involved in corporate activities and real estate ventures in the United States. Let us assist you in navigating the complex world of filing requirements,…
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By Jason Kingston at DSKtaxUS Tax
June 3, 2016

US Tax Deadline – June 15

If you have U.S. filing obligations, it is extremely important that you respect and meet these deadlines to avoid onerous penalties.  Irregardless of the reason for delay, these penalties can…
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By Jason Kingston at DSKDSK EventsUS Tax
February 10, 2016

Congratulations Jason!

We're very proud to announce that Jason has recently received his designation as an Enrolled Agent. Enrolled agent status is the highest credential the IRS awards.  The definition of this title…
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By Jason Kingston at DSKUS Tax
December 9, 2015

Tighter Border Tracking – What You Need To Know

Canada and the United States are reportedly close to an expanded border tracking system that will closely monitor the cross-border movements of citizens. Should we be concerned about the use…
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US Tax
September 4, 2015

U.S. Citizenship Renunciation Fees Quadruple

As of September 12th, 2014, the U.S. State Department has raised the fee for citizenship renunciation to $2,350 (U.S.) a person; an incredible increase from the previous $450. The reason for…
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By Jason Kingston at DSKUS Tax
January 10, 2015

Snowbirds: Keep A Record Of Your Stay!

As information sharing around residency opens up, border officials now have access to specific passport information not previously available to them.  This gives them the ability, and authority, to enforce…
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