Compensation and Tax Strategies
Written by Ian Quigley. Published by Carswell, 2004.
|Compensation and Tax Strategies provides a practical
review of leading Canadian compensation strategies and the tax implications
Clients demand proactive ideas from their advisors (Accountants, Controllers, Lawyers and Financial Planners). Similarly, advisors are constantly searching for new ways to deepen the client relationship and their revenue streams. Compensation and Tax Strategies enables an advisor to suggest creative, smart and effective planning tools, thereby securing long-term loyal client relationships.
While effective tax and compensation strategies take advantage of favourable tax regimes, they also can offer key tools to attract and retain employees. By knowing the planning implications of these tax and compensation strategies, consultants and specialists are able to create a win-win situation for employees, organizations and clients.
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