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Friday News Roundup 20.09.18: Tax Court complaints, audit quality, ZBB and more

Wrapping up the odds and ends in this week’s Canadian accounting news
Thought Leaders

The throne speech: Fiscal prudes are fretting about the wrong issues

Finance public policy professor Marc-Andre Pigeon says much of government debt is simply accounting entries
Profession

Friday News Roundup 20.09.11: Hotel New CFE, CRA shocks woman, and sustainable stuff

Wrapping up the odds and ends in this week’s Canadian accounting news
Business

What will be the impact of the WE Charity scandal on the Canadian charity sector?

A longform article by charity sector lawyer Mark Blumberg on the We Charity, its governance and for-profit activities
Thought Leaders

Ant Group: why America is missing out on the biggest IPO in history

The biggest losers of the fight over Chinese audit transparency will be capital markets and investment funds says Daniel Broby
Profession

Friday News Roundup 20.08.28: Chinese audit opacity, Sage practice report, ex-CPA fraud

Wrapping up the odds and ends in this week’s Canadian accounting news
Thought Leaders

The weak dollar: why it won’t be replaced as global reserve currency

We should not expect a new financial order; the US dollar is soft but not for long
Taxation

Me Too defeats You Too in Tax Court

The Penate decision by the Tax Court of Canada is welcome awareness of racial and gender discrimination, says Claire M.C. Kennedy and Anu Nijhawan of Bennett Jones LLP
Business

Editorial: Morneau out, Freeland in as Trudeau cuts his losses

To many Canadian accountants, Morneau would be an ideal, high net worth client
Profession

Friday News Roundup 20.08.14: KPMG, Grant Thornton, rehiring stats, and fraudster jailed      

Wrapping up the odds and ends in this week’s Canadian accounting news
Business

Tax deadlines extended and CEWS amended by Bill C-20

Bhuvana Rai of BLG reviews Bill C-20 and its details relevant to tax practitioners
Thought Leaders

A second COVID-19 wave? Here are 6 lessons from the first

Lives can be saved while also stabilizing business, say Loren Falkenberg of the University of Calgary and Jillian Walsh of University of York