KeatsConnelly Cross-Border Weekly Best of the Web 2012-11-30

Every week we share news stories, blog articles and other interesting stuff from around the web that received the most views, shares, comments and overall interest on various KeatsConnelly social media outlets.

U.S. revival good news for Canadian economy (The Globe and Mail) – Three-quarters of Canadian exports flow to the United States, so any pickup in demand in the world’s largest economy will ripple through to this country…

Japan Disproves Fears of Territorial Taxation (www.taxfoundation.org) – The US is increasing paranoid about taxation of foreign assets, here is a recent article by the Tax Foundation saying the concerns are unfounded.

U.S. Deficit Shrinking At Fastest Pace Since WWII, Before Fiscal Cliff (www.investors.com)  – Believe it or not, the federal deficit has fallen faster over the past three years than it has in any such stretch since demobilization from World War II…

And for a bit of exciting news from the authors at KeatsConnelly…

Taxation of Canadians in America: Are you at risk? (www.amazon.com)  – Our latest book is now available in electronic format.

Come back next Friday for more interesting news and articles. Enjoy your weekend!

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