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Cross Border Accounting Services

Giving your business an internationally respected presence.

At Hogg, Shain, and Scheck we offer full service tax accounting and business planning to both corporations and individuals. Our cross-border professional staff includes fully qualified Chartered Professional Accountants (CPAs), cross border business consultants, and advisors.

Whether you are in the planning stages of bringing your business across borders or already have an established global presence, Hogg, Shain, and Scheck can help you achieve your cross border business goals. We do this by offering outstanding cross border tax, finance, and consulting services to Canadian companies doing business across the United States Border and internationally.

Our exceptional cross border business services focus on:

Tax Services, including tax advice and compliance, preparation, and planning, tax assistance with the Canada Revenue Service, and general expatriate tax assistance. We also offer intercompany transfer pricing, distribution/remuneration planning and corporate compliance for both the US and Canadian sides of the border.

Cross Border and International Business Consulting, including cross border mergers and acquisitions for corporations and individuals, cross border ownership strategies, and cross-border financial planning and business strategies.

Financial Advice, including foreign property and investments, earned overseas income and other cross border finance strategies to grow your business and increase your profits.

International Tax, Assisting entrepreneurs with cross-border, foreign ownership and foreign and domestic taxes

If you’re in need of an expert cross border and international business, tax, and finance consultant that approaches each client’s individual service with a tailored plan, Hogg, Shain, and Scheck is at your service. Contact us today and we will gladly answer any remaining questions you may have. Growing your business and other assets across border lines as a corporation or as an individual with Hogg, Shain, and Scheck is a strategy for success. We look forward to working with you.

 

Management Consulting

International Tax Services

Mergers & Acquisitions

Corporate Finance

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