Potential For Massive Irs Tax Penalties Still Hangs Over U.S. Citizens Living In Canada


The recession question we should be asking isn’t ‘when’ but ‘how bad?’: Joe Chidley



Joe Chidley: The triggers of previous downturns aren't entirely the same today, but there is one new near-to-bursting bubble

Trade wars bring deep uncertainty, disrupted supply chains, battered bottom lines to farming industry: Naomi Powell



No other sector has been caught in the global trade crossfire quite like Canadian agriculture

Potential for massive IRS tax penalties still hangs over U.S. citizens living in Canada: Jamie Golombek



Jamie Golombek: In its continual crackdown on offshore investing, the IRS is moving to collect penalties even in cases of innocent non-filing

Getting the facts straight when it comes to provincial equalization payments: Kevin Carmichael



Kevin Carmichael: Income and wealth disparities are issues, but not serious ones. But what will happen after the election?

Cisco forecasts first-quarter profit below estimates; shares slide: Reuters



Revenue up 4.5 per cent, but net income widely misses mark

EDC says it regrets $41-million loan to back Bombardier jet sale to Zuma allies: The Canadian Press



'We did see risks during our due diligence prior to providing the loan and we chose to proceed. And we acknowledge now that that decision was a mistake'

Bond ‘Armageddon’ pummels global banks as recession panic swirls: Bloomberg News



A total-return index of bank stocks in developed markets plunged near a record low versus the wider benchmark

Stocks are getting hammered today as bond market’s warning spooks investors: Bloomberg News



Dow tumbles 600 points; TSX down 250

Canada Pension Plan gets hit by strong loonie, posts 1.1 per cent return in first quarter: Reuters



A stronger loonie means that overseas earnings are not worth as much when they are converted to Canadian dollars

Countdown to recession: What an inverted yield curve is — and what it really means for the economy: Reuters



Yield curve inversion is a classic signal of a looming recession

Pension giant Ontario Teachers’ plans extensive hiring spree in Asia, Europe: Reuters



Outgoing CEO Ron Mock says the pension fund could shift an extra $11 billion into infrastructure and other real assets

‘A lot of boxes ticked’: Barrick roars through summer as rival Newmont struggles with former Goldcorp mines: Gabriel Friedman



Newmont acquired assets in the Goldcorp transaction that may pay off yet, but it would take the company a few more quarters, says one analyst

WeWork owner lifts veil on finances before IPO and reveals $900 million loss in 6 months: Reuters



Test of investor appetite for fast-growing companies with massive losses when stock markets are in turmoil

Canada Goose posts smaller-than-expected loss on sales of pricier jackets: Reuters



Company sells costlier jackets and parkas to department stores and opened five new retail outlets

Recession alerts are flashing today as U.K. yield curve inverts for first time since financial crisis and U.S. 30-year yield falls to record low: Bloomberg News



The stream of investors seeking refuge in the safest parts of the market has triggered yet another recession warning

‘A lot of boxes ticked’: Barrick roars through summer as rival Newmont struggles with former Goldcorp mines: Gabriel Friedman



Newmont acquired assets in the Goldcorp transaction that may pay off yet, but it would take the company a few more quarters, says one analyst

Recession warnings are piling up for the battered global economy: Bloomberg News



Today bond markets sent their biggest recession warnings since the financial crisis

Down to Business podcast: Canada can’t escape a recession if the global economy heads south: Emily Jackson



Episode 17 of a weekly podcast from the Financial Post

What is ‘table’ child support and why is it so hard to get it reduced?: Special to Financial Post



Laurie H. Pawlitza: A recent case in Nova Scotia shows the high threshold payors must meet before they are able to pay less

Brookfield deal could open door to international markets for Genworth MI Canada, analyst says: Barbara Shecter



The division was previously limited to countries where Genworth Financial Inc. did not operate



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