Room 2 – IDQ workshop
E-Commerce: Rise and Risks
May 15 2019, 3 p.m. – 5 p.m.
As in the rest of the world, e-commerce is growing rapidly in Canada. But with this growth comes major issues for tax and customs authorities and customs, including collecting taxes at borders on corporeal movable property (including low-value goods) and collecting taxes on intangible products and services. This workshop is an excellent opportunity to better understand issues related to e-commerce and to benefit from the experience of some top players in the field.
30 minutes per speaker
15-minute question period
Total duration: 1 hour 45 minutes
- Iman Deschâtres (perspectives from a business supporting the industry and facilitating the collection of taxes on incorporeal movable property)
- Timothy Dyce (a tax authority’s perspective on the solutions implemented for incorporeal movable property and corporeal movable property [low-value goods])
- Mike Leahy (a customs authority’s perspective on solutions implemented for corporeal movable property)