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February 28 / Chartered Professional

We Have a New Team Member for You to Meet!

The Henderson Partners team is excited to announce

that Linda Quinn has joined our team!

Linda Quinn has recently joined the firm as a Tax Partner.  Linda comes to us with twenty-five plus years experience in public accounting having spent the previous fifteen years at a large national firm as a tax partner /senior tax manager.

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October 26 / Chartered Professional

Christie Henderson Earns FEA Designation

Henderson Partners is very proud to announce that Christie Henderson has earned her Family Enterprise Adviser designation. The FEA program is designed to integrate the existing skills, education and experience of a professional with additional training in areas such as family enterprise strategy, continuity planning and business family dynamics.

Christie shared that, “Generational transition is one of the most important challenges family enterprises face and is a critical issue for which they seek strong, clear and engaged advice. Henderson Partners is proud to service many family enterprises and of its roots as a family business. Families add an element of continuity and long-term thinking to their businesses that many non-family enterprises lack. Becoming FEA certified through the Ivey Business School will help me to deliver the highest quality advice for our business families and deepens my expertise in this growing and critical sector of the business world.”



Congratulations Christie!

February 20 / Accountants & Advisors, Chartered Professional

A Trump Presidency: Exit… Stage North

When it became clear that Donald Trump would win the United States presidency on U.S. election night, it was reported that Canada’s immigration website crashed. Disgruntled Americans reacted by deciding moving to Canada for political, tax or other reasons was more appealing than enduring a Trump presidency. Although moving to Canada to escape the Trump administration seems like an easy fix, escaping the Internal Revenue Service is another matter altogether. There remains a misconception that one’s U.S. tax filing obligations stop after departing from U.S. soil. There is an expectation and acceptance that U.S. tax reform is imminent with the possibility of reduced U.S. tax rates, but unless President Trump disbands the IRS, the U.S. focus on chasing Americans’ unreported offshore assets will not stop. The purpose of this article is to highlight the U.S. tax filing obligations of American citizens and review options available to those who are behind in their U.S. tax filings.

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