PwC Private Business Exchange

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Welcome to our PwC Private Business Exchange blog page!  PwC's Private Business Exchange program helps drive long-term success for private companies.

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Achieving deal success in a seller's market

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It’s a seller’s market.  But is it the right time to sell now, or wait for later?

Canadian private companies need to consider the deals environment and examine key factors that might affect the sale of the business.  We’ve identified some considerations for private company deal-making in order to get the deal done right.

Read our top five tips for private company deal-making now!


PwC’s China Business Network

PwC China Business Network
Business relationships between North America and China are continuing to increase and opportunities and challenges relating to those activities are also becoming more significant and complex.

PwC’s China Business Network (CBN) is a dedicated team of bilingual and bicultural specialists across North America with extensive knowledge and on-the-ground experience. Our CBN specialists work closely and seamlessly with PwC partners and staff in Greater China to help leading North American and Chinese companies in both parts of the world.

Learn more about our CBN team and how we can support you.


Tax fact and figures: Canada 2015

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Stay up-to-date with our convenient reference guide that includes Canadian individual and corporate tax rates, deadlines, summaries of recent tax cases and a wide range of other valuable tax information.


Read Tax fact and figures now to get corporate and personal income tax rates at your fingertips!



Announcing PwC Law LLP

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Effective July 1, 2015, the tax practice of Wilson & Partners LLP and the immigration practice of PricewaterhouseCoopers Immigration Law LLP have combined forces to become PwC Law LLP.

Learn more about PwC Law LLP here.


Cashing out? Start tax planning now to get the most value

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It’s a good time to be a seller in the food and beverage industry!

Getting sound tax advice early in the process enables a seamless transaction for sellers and purchasers alike.

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We’re proud to announce our 2015 new partners

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Congratulations to PwC Canada's new partners this year.

Learn who they are, their career journeys and how they help companies like yours.



Getting what you want for your business

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If you’re looking to sell your business, now might be the right time – especially if you’re well prepared.

Our Deals 6 part series looks at how to prepare, plan and position your business for a sale.

Click here to read Part 1: Preparation key to achieving value from sale.


More than a tax issue: why BEPS will change the way you operate

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The Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development’s (OECD) base erosion and profit shifting (BEPS) project is likely to spur the most significant changes to the taxation of international business since 1986.  These changes will require you to reconsider where to invest and how to structure your global business operations.

In this issue we explore who's behind BEPS-driven rule changes and the tax areas they're addressing, and what this project means for your business.

Click here for our 10 Minutes on the OECD’s BEPS project.


Top 10 considerations if you’re being audited by the CRA

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Are you being audited by the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA)?  Our PwC team works with clients to proactively prevent, favourable resolve and effectively litigate tax audits and disputes throughout the world.

There are a number of key actions that the taxpayer can do if you’re being audited.  Read our top 10 considerations.

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Hire calling: How Hootsuite is building a diverse workforce

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Hootsuite Media Inc. understands that its market is everybody. A pioneer when it launched in 2008, the Vancouver-based company makes cloud-based software that helps organizations manage and measure their social media presence.

To support its rapid global expansion, this tech trailblazer builds a multigenerational and culturally diverse workforce.  Hootsuite aims to build a diverse workforce, so it can appeal to the broadest possible client base, serve people in their own languages and tailor its product to local markets.

Ambrosia Humphrey, Vice-President of Talent, Hootsuite Media shares her insights in Up front
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