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The Taxation and Financing of Aboriginal Businesses in Canada
Par : Merle Alexander, B.A., LL.B.
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630,00 $
The participation of First Nations in mainstream corporate Canada is well underway. There is agreement within the business, legal and accounting communities that a better understanding of the economic and tax-related issues is required. Carswell has the first consolidated, comprehensive treatment of Aboriginal tax issues in one source for the professional. The Taxation and Financing of Aboriginal Businesses in Canada is the first information source to provide extensive commentary and analysis on the following • Aboriginal and government perspective on treaty interpretation • Criteria for Indian tax exemption • Application of Indian Act tax exemption • Taxation of real property • Development of Indian land • Taxation of other Aboriginal groups including Inuvialuit, Inuit and Métis • Tax planning for Indians.
À propos de l'auteur
Merle Alexander, B.A., LL.B. is the director of the Coast Opportunity Fund (since June 2012), the director & the treasurer of the Vancouver Native Housing Society (since July 2011) and the director and the president of the Vancouver Native Community Health Foundation (since January 2011).
Mr. Alexander is also the Co-Leader and Partner in the Aboriginal Law Group. He practices Aboriginal resource law that combines corporate/commercial law with a focus on Aboriginal sustainable development, which balances economic development, respect for Aboriginal rights and environmental conservation for future generations. Furthermore, Mr. Alexander is also a recipient of Business in Vancouver's 2009 "Top Forty Under 40" award. He advises clients on the negotiation, drafting and other legal support to impact benefit negotiations in all natural resource areas, including mining, pipelines, forestry and green energy (run-of-the river, wind and geothermal) projects. Mr. Alexander also advises on purchase and sale of businesses, the structuring of joint ventures, limited partnerships and corporations, the drafting and negotiation of commercial and residential leases both on and off reserve lands, and the incorporation of non-profit entities.