Matt C. Altro was recently interviewed by MeliMatt C. Altro is a regular expert on Montreal radio station CJAD 800AM, where he discusses tax, immigration, health care issues and more.
Matt C. Altro was recently interviewed by Melissa Shin from Advisor’s Edge to analyze the consequences and opportunities when it comes to crossing the Canada/US border with retirement accounts.
David A. Altro recently wrote an article which appeared on Advisor.ca and in the Advisor’s Edge magazine. In the article, David explains how disability tax credits are available and when they can be claimed in the Canadian and US tax systems. Click here to view the article online or scroll down to read and excerpt of [...]
Clinton vs. Trump: The US Presidential Frontrunners’ Platforms on Immigration, Tax & Health Care and their Potential Impact on Canadians
In February, I discussed the leading presidential candidates’ positions on tax and health care on CJAD 800AM, reviewing the platforms of Bernie Sanders, Hillary Clinton, Ted Cruz and Donald Trump. Last week, The Atlantic published a US presidential race cheat sheet with a byline stating that November’s presidential race will most likely be run by Hillary [...]
In the news this week are several stories surrounding the Canada Revenue Agency using the number of days Canadians spend abroad to limit access to federally funded programs. CBC Radio One interviewed Matt C. Altro on the topical story which was published on October 27 on CBC's website. Click here original post [icon id="fa fa-chevron-right"] [...]
In our globally connected world with the competition for foreign talent becoming ever fiercer, global mobility is on the rise. Recognizing the need to develop global leadership, many companies are sending key employees on international assignments, leading to an increase in expatriate populations all over the world. One of the main challenges for companies with expatriate [...]
The EB-5 Immigrant Investor Visa, sometimes referred to as the “gold card,” has become a popular U.S. immigration route for high net worth individuals over recent years. The EB-5 program, administered by U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), gives a foreign investor, along with his or her spouse and unmarried children under 21, the opportunity to [...]
Spending time in the US may lead to US tax obligations Many Snowbirds spend the winter in the US Sunbelt to escape the harsh Canadian weather. In fact, roughly 82% of Florida’s vacationers are Canadian snowbirds. Are you one of them? If so, you may be subject to tax in the United States on your worldwide [...]
Bigger Opportunity or Bigger Trap? The TFSA Budget Change and the Impact on Your Cross Border Situation
The 2015 budget changes that the Conservative government in Canada recently announced included some goodies aimed at casting the Conservatives in a favourable light with middle-class Canadians come election time later this year. In addition to a welcome change to the Registered Retirement Income Fund (RRIF) withdrawal formula which aims to help senior citizens over 71 [...]
President Obama’s recent State of the Union address focused on closing the income inequality gap. To achieve that goal, the President unveiled a plan to raise capital gains taxes for the rich – his two key capital gains proposals target the top 1% of US taxpayers. Unsurprisingly, the proposals, outlined below, face heavy opposition from a [...]