Ehsan Wahidie maintains a broad and growing business law practice focused on domestic and international tax planning. He provides advice on all tax law aspects of corporate reorganizations, mergers and acquisitions, and capital markets and securities. Ehsan also advises on income tax compliance and tax disputes, as well as commodity tax matters.
Ehsan assists fund managers in establishing and administering investment funds. He has particular experience in filing voluntary disclosures on behalf of clients.
A frequent writer on tax law matters, Ehsan has co-authored a number of articles published in the Canadian Tax Journal.
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- Ontario Bar Association
- Canadian Bar Association
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Insights by Ehsan Wahidie (22 Posts)
This article discusses the government's proposal to extend the time for junior mining companies to spend amounts raised on issuance of flow-through shares.
This article provides a detailed analysis of the proposed changes to the Canada Emergency Wage Subsidy announced by the Government on July 17, 2020.
Budget 2019 announced the Government's intention to introduce an annual cap of $200,000 on employee stock option grants that may be eligible for tax-preferred
In Budget 2019, the Government announced its intention to propose legislation that would introduce an annual cap on certain employee stock option grants that may be eligible for certain tax-preferred treatment.
Federal Government Broadens Access to the Canada Emergency Response Benefit and Proposes Wage Support for Essential WorkersApr 17, 2020
The federal government is expanding CERB access and proposes to help with wages of essential employees.
Department of Finance issued a release on December 19, 2019 advising that the stock option amendments would not come into effect as of January 1, 2020.
On June 7, 2017, Canada along with numerous other jurisdictions signed the Multilateral Convention to Implement Tax Treaty Related Measures to Prevent Base Erosion and Profit Shifting.
Budget 2019 proposed new rules to combat tax strategies employed by certain mutual fund trusts to disproportionately allocate capital gains to redeeming unitholders under the so-called “allocation to redeemers” methodology.
Private Corporation Tax Proposals: "Striking a Balance" or Introducing Greater Complexity?
Federal Government Proposes Fundamental Changes to the Voluntary Disclosures Program
The Canada Revenue Agency Proposes Draft Memorandum for Voluntary Disclosures Involving GST/HST and Other Excise Tax MattersJul 11, 2017
The Canada Revenue Agency Proposes Draft Memorandum for Voluntary Disclosures Involving GST/HST and Other Excise Tax Matters
Canada Revenue Agency Poised to Limit Access to the Voluntary Disclosures Program
Budget 2016: Expanding Tax Support For Clean Energy
Budget 2016: Taxation of Emissions Trading Activities Clarified
Budget 2016: GST / HST Changes Affecting Charities
An Employer's Guide to the Ontario Retirement Pension Plan (ORPP)
Misrepresentation Defines the Limit of Reassessing Beyond the Limitation Period: Inwest Investments Ltd. v. Canada, Canadian Tax Journal, (2015) Vol. 63, No. 4.Feb 3, 2016
Misrepresentation Defines the Limit of Reassessing Beyond the Limitation Period: Inwest Investments Ltd. v. Canada, Canadian Tax Journal, (2015) Vol. 63, No. 4.
On December 11, 2015 OSFI released a letter notifying stakeholders that it is planning to update the regulatory capital requirements for residential mortgages and home equity lines of credit.
Central Management and Control Determines the Residency of a Trust for Provincial Tax Purposes
Third Party Penalties under the Income Tax Act Survive Constitutional Challenge
2 Become 1: CSA Proposes Creation of Single Exempt Distribution Reporting Regime
More Amendments, Less Harmony?: Canadian Regulators Propose Amendments to OTC Derivatives Trade Reporting RulesJul 13, 2014
More Amendments, Less Harmony?: Canadian Regulators Propose Amendments to OTC Derivatives Trade Reporting Rules
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