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Moodys Tax Law is part of Moodys Private Client and home to a team of Canadian and US lawyers singularly focused on tax law. We work with clients located across the globe who have personal or business interests in Canada or the United States to design tax strategies tailored to your situation and help you understand the solutions available to you. Tax is complex. We take pride in making it seem simple.

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The Biden administration is proposing a capital gains tax rate of 44.6% as part of the fiscal year 2025 budget. Why a record number of American expats are looking to renounce US citizenship before it’s too late.

In the recent fiscal year 2025 budget proposal from the Biden administration, there has been a notable…

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Our Review of the 2024 Federal Budget: An In-Depth Analysis

On April 16, 2024, the government of Canada released its Budget 2024.  Overall, this budget can be…

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Canadian Citizenship 101: How To Become a Canadian

So, You Wanna Be a Canadian? Since the signing of the Immigration Act, 1976 into legislation almost…

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Kim G C Moody, Kenneth Keung, and Christopher Ellett are quoted in the Investment Executive article titled “When is the latest clients can sell assets prior to June 25?”, published on May 17, 2024.

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Alexander Marino recently appeared on the Global Investment Voice Podcast to discuss the benefits of renouncing US citizenship on March 14, 2024.

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Alexander Marino guested on the Snowbirds US Expats Radio Podcast about the benefits of renouncing your US citizenship on January 17, 2024.

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Kenneth Keung and Evan Crocker are quoted in Investment Executive article titled “CRAʼs 10% interest rate on overdue tax raises risks“, published on November 13, 2023.

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Kenneth Keung quoted in Investment Executive article titled “Window closing on family business transfers using Bill C-208”, published on October 10, 2023.