Jeff Buckstein, CPA, CGA, is an Ottawa-based business journalist.
Recent Blog Posts By Jeff Buckstein
CPA with Type 1 diabetes pleased with CRA disability tax credit reversal
Everett Colby of Colby McGeachy Professional Corporation explains the real cost of diabetes
CRA explains reversal on disability tax credit restrictions for diabetics
A tacit acknowledgment of unintended consequences, says Diabetes Canada
CRA reverses disability tax credit restrictions for diabetics
Canadian accountants critical of Canada Revenue Agency DTC policy decisions
Teck Resources: The Best in Sustainability Reporting
Teck Resources won top global honours for its sustainability reporting in 2017
Integrated reporting creating new opportunities for CPA profession
Non-traditional reporting is aligning with the overall disclosure controls of companies today, says KPMG
Financial Reporting Excellence in a World of Voluntary Reporting
CPA Canada’s 2017 Awards of Excellence in Corporate Reporting
The 21st century appeal of integrated reporting
KPMG says voluntary reporting is growing. The positives outweigh the negatives, says IFAC's deputy chair
The Final Chapter of Sears Canada: Financials, Bankruptcy
Jeff Buckstein takes a last look at the reasons behind the retailer's demise
How the digital age drove Sears Canada into bankruptcy
Sears Canada paid a hefty price by being late to the online retail game
Why did Sears Canada go bankrupt?
A retailer stuck in the past. A strategy that did not work. A liquidation that never had to happen?
Practice Demographics: Recruiting the next accounting generation
What is the accounting profession and its public practice firms doing to address its demographic crisis?
Canadian Accounting Demographics: Who will succeed today’s CPA practitioners?
Is the accounting profession doing enough to bring CPAs into public practice?
Demographic crisis in Canadian accounting: Is practice still attractive?
As older CPAs look to transition their accounting firms, they're finding the profession has lost its appeal
Is there a demographic crisis looming in Canadian accounting?
The first of a three-part series on the greying of Canadian accountants in public practice
Ask A CPA uses humour, history to sell profession
New campaign positions Chartered Professional Accountants as being on the right side of change
Canadian manufacturers nervous after 3rd round of NAFTA negotiations
Chartered Professional Accountants in Canadian manufacturing sector see labour, supply chain disruption
NOCLAR raises many questions from Canadian accountants
Chartered Professional Accountants weigh in on the challenges of complying with a new ethics standard
NOCLAR demands careful weighing by Canadian Accountants
New IESBA ethics standard addresses client confidentiality vs. public interest
Seismic Shift: Why SME firms across Canada are consolidating
As technology and demographics disrupt the accounting profession, insiders say SME firms are consolidating across Canada
U.S. reform of individual income tax could impact Canadian business
As the Trump administration prepares to reform the U.S. tax code, lower individual income tax rates could impact Canadian business
Proposed U.S. tax reform: clarifying the options
With proposed U.S. tax reform looming, we look at the options and their ramifications for Canadian business
Proposed U.S. tax reform could have major impact on Canada
As the Trump administration prepares to release its NAFTA negotiating objectives, proposed U.S. tax reforms looms as an equal threat to Canada
Crackdown: CRA Voluntary Disclosures Program, conclusion
The conclusion of our five-part series on the CRA's proposed changes to the Voluntary Disclosures Program focuses on proceeds from crime
Crackdown: Part IV
Fourth of a five-part series on Canada Revenue Agency proposed changes to Voluntary Disclosures Program focuses on proceeds from crime
Crackdown: Part III
Third of a five-part series on Canada Revenue Agency proposed changes to Voluntary Disclosures Program focuses on changes to the payment schedule