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COVID-19: Tax considerations for helping employees

Published on: Mar 19, 2020

The COVID-19 crisis in affecting business around the world. Countries are imposing travel restrictions and many employers are taking measures such as allowing employees to work from home or repatriating them back from foreign locations. What business may not know is that many of these business decisions have tax implications.

Our latest report is designed to help you navigate the Canadian tax and payroll consideration of the work from home model. This includes planning and considerations related to home office expenses, financial support, taxable benefits, employment insurance eligibility, as well as issues related to temporary relocations and other cross-border issues.


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