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Oct 24, 2016

Cross-Border Considerations for Canadian Startups

By Mat Goldstein and Gerry Fung*

Many Canadian tech entrepreneurs would like to benefit from certain advantages of being a U.S.-based company. At the same time, there are considerable tax and funding incentives offered to startups operating in Canada.

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