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Todd Miller practises tax law with an emphasis on domestic and cross-border financing transactions (public and private), transfer pricing and international tax treaty matters, securities offerings, and mergers and acquisitions. He also provides counsel on reorganizations and business divestitures, and representation before the Tax Court of Canada.

With a broad scope of expertise, Todd provides advice on matters relating to private equity investments, joint venture / partnership agreements, estate planning and employee compensation. Assisting clients in a range of sectors including banking and manufacturing, he also provides advice on the taxation of charities and other non-profit organizations.

Todd is a regular author and speaker on a variety of tax matters such as cross-border business acquisition strategies, outbound planning for Canadian multinationals and partnership planning opportunities. He is a member of the Canadian Tax Foundation and the Canadian branch of the International Fiscal Association and a national leader of McMillan’s Tax Group.




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Rankings & Recognition

  • Listed in the Legal500 Canada 2020 as a “Recommended Lawyer” – Tax

Directorships & Affiliations

  • Canadian Bar Association
  • Canadian Tax Foundation
  • International Fiscal Association (Canadian Branch)

Education & Admissions

1995
Called to the Ontario bar
1993
LLB Osgoode Hall Law School
1993
BA, Economics York University

Insights by Todd A. Miller (2 Posts)

Budget 2018: Tempered Private Company Passive Investment Income Changes Unveiled

Mar 9, 2018

Budget 2018 introduced measures to limit the tax deferral advantages perceived to be afforded to private company investment income.

Budget 2015: Tax-Free Savings Accounts – A Welcome Contribution Limit Increase, but “Prohibited Investment” Rules Remain a Concern

Apr 29, 2015

Budget 2015 proposes to increase the TFSA annual contribution limit from January 1, 2015. The TFSA annual contribution limit will no longer be indexed to inflation.