TORONTO, Nov. 12, 2012 /CNW/ - Collins Barrow Toronto recently appointed
Matthew Wilson as the newest member of its US Tax Advisory practice.
Matthew works with Canadian businesses to ensure comprehensive
corporate planning as they expand into, operate within, or exit the US.
He also assists with US personal cross border planning as it relates to
US citizens, permanent residents and non-residential aliens.
"With more people doing business in the States, there is a growing need
for US tax advisory services," says Matthew. "The professionals at
Collins Barrow work closely with businesses and private individuals to
ensure their cross border plans address the challenges associated with
international tax laws."
Matthew has more than 20 years of experience in US taxation consulting,
including M&A planning, cross border inbound and outbound planning, US
federal and state compliance, and local income and sale/use tax issues.
"We are proud to have Matthew on board to deepen the extent of in-house
US tax expertise available through Collins Barrow," says Harry Blum,
Managing Partner. "As part of our growth strategy, both regionally and
nationally, we are breaking with tradition to provide specialty
services that aren't typically available through mid-sized firms. It's
another way that we are adding value for our clients, so they can
depend on advice and services from Collins Barrow regardless of where
business takes them."
The move represents an important step in Collins Barrow's overall
strategy to lead the middle market by delivering a wide range of
specialized services, which includes US Tax.
SOURCE: Collins Barrow National Cooperative Incorporated
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US Tax Partner
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