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Stephen Solomon

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Stephen Solomon specializes in many areas of Canadian and international tax, including tax litigation, tax compliance and wealth/estate planning. He defends taxpayers in their disputes with the Quebec and Canadian tax authorities and is involved in files from the audit process to the appeal phase before the provincial and federal courts.

Stephen has also acquired vast experience in utilizing the federal and provincial voluntary disclosure programs in varying contexts including undeclared foreign assets. In Quebec, he is among the most experienced lawyers in tax compliance and voluntary disclosures being a published author on the subject and having given dozens of conferences in several different countries. In this field, he has become a leader among his peers having assisted taxpayers in repatriating over 1 billion dollars back to Canada.

Lastly, Stephen Solomon specializes in Canadian and international wealth/estate planning in which he works closely with both Canadian residents and non-residents.

Stephen Solomon is also the Americas Chair of the Interlaw global Tax team, an international legal network to which De Grandpré Chait has been affiliated for many years.

Education

2008 - LL.B., Université de Montréal
2004 - B.A., Economics, McGill University

Professional Affiliations

  • Québec Bar
  • Association de planification fiscale et financière (APFF)
  • Canadian Tax Foundation (CTF)

Conferences

January 2017 - Market Focus: Tax Compliance in Canada and The Bahamas Advantage, International Business and Finance Summit (IBFS)

Publications

July 2017 - Bahamas Advantage to woo Canadians, The Bahamas Investor

2015 - Le litige fiscal au Québec et au Canada, coauthor, Carswell, Thomson Reuters (772 pages)

September 2013 - Family trusts and tax saving, De Grandpré Chait newsletter