Geneviève Lille author of Canada’s only book dedicated to the taxation of partnerships
Counsel Geneviève Lille has authored the 8th edition of Canada’s only book dedicated to the taxation of partnerships, Understanding the Taxation of Partnerships, published by Wolters Kluwer.
The 8th Edition of Understanding the Taxation of Partnerships provides a comprehensive analysis of tax issues affecting one of the most common forms of business organization. This publication provides in-depth analysis of the tax issues that must be considered when a partnership is used as a business or investment vehicle and is a comprehensive treatise on the taxation of partnerships. The use of partnerships in tax planning has greatly evolved, and the 8th edition includes significant updates made necessary by five years of domestic and international legislative developments.
Geneviève is Counsel in our Toronto office, where she advises Canadian domestic and multinational clients on all aspects of Canadian corporate tax, including mergers and acquisitions, financings, corporate reorganizations, and investment structures. Geneviève is highly regarded for her expertise in the area of Canadian partnership taxation. She co-authored the 6th and 7th editions of Understanding the Taxation of Partnerships and is Adjunct Professor at Osgoode Hall’s Professional Tax LLM Program, where she teaches Taxation of Partnerships and Tax Shelters. She also teaches partnership taxation as part of the Canadian Bar Association’s Tax Law for Lawyers program.
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