Kutner Law Blog
Michael Kutner and David Rourke talk about how to submit an offer on a dental practice. Please sign up for the Webinar which will take place on March 5, 2020 at 7 pm to watch.
As many of our clients already know, regulated professionals, such as doctors, dentists, lawyers and accountants (and other professionals) have been allowed to incorporate and operate their practices through professional corporations for the last fifteen years, allowing them the benefit of taking control of their annual income through incorporation and most importantly reducing
We often warn clients who employ employees or associates without employee or associate agreements that the lack of a written agreement can result in significant risk to them, especially in the case of dental or other healthcare professions where the value of your business is tied directly to the Goodwill
With the new year upon us, our team here at Kutner Law LLP would like to wish all our clients and subscribers a healthy and prosperous 2019.
Certain changes to corporate law which were enacted at the end of 2018 may have implications for many of our clients who have corporate
Dear Clients and Subscribers,
Kutner Law LLP is pleased to announce the addition of Mitchell Wong to our team of lawyers!
Called to the Ontario bar in 2015, Mitchell is excited to re-join Kutner Law LLP as an Associate after having worked at Kutner Law LLP
In previous Kutner Law Blog posts we have addressed the most frequently asked questions of healthcare professionals regarding the benefits of incorporating a professional corporation. Our response is virtually always that that they should, and soon. If not, they may be missing out on some significant tax advantages.
How to Get the Most Out of Your Lease
Your lease can greatly impact the value/goodwill of your practice and your ability to sell it. Often times, landlords take advantage of clauses within the lease to take large fees or evict tenants with little to no notice and compensation. But, a
The partners of Kutner Law LLP are always shocked at how many of our clients are purchasing million-dollar homes, other property and practices/businesses but do not take the time to have a Will prepared and signed.Tax Implications on Death with or without a Will
All capital property including such property
In 1980, the Healing Arts Radiation Protection (HARP) Act (the “Harp Act”) was introduced by the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care for the purpose of ensuring safe use of X-Ray machines in medical practices of Ontario. Five years later, another regulation called the X-Ray Safety Code was implemented, which