Natasha Miklaucic


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Natasha practices in the area of tax law.

This includes:

  • Private company reorganizations
  • Mergers and acquisitions
  • International tax and trust planning
  • Tax advice on the global workforce and issues resulting from out of country employees and contractors
  • Tax advice on corporate and personal, life and critical illness, domestic and international insurance
  • Tax advice and structuring for non-resident corporations establishing new businesses or with ongoing businesses in Canada
  • Cryptocurrency advice with respect to planning and audits/disputes
  • Advice for companies with employees or contractors in Canada temporarily or permanently
  • Advice on employee tax benefits for public and private organizations
  • Professional corporations tax planning while practicing and for retirement
  • Islamic financing and related tax issues
  • Emigration advice including structuring and relocating
  • Wealth management
  • Tax litigation including audits, appeals, Tax Court and the Federal Court of Appeal
  • Voluntary disclosures (tax amnesty or tax pardons)

Prior to law school, Natasha worked as a senior consultant at an international consulting firm with a focus on corporate strategy and technology matters.

She is a frequent speaker and author on tax issues.

Natasha provides legal services through a Law Corporation.


  • PayBright Inc., one of Canada’s leading buy-now-pay-later providers, in connection with its $340 million acquisition by Affirm, Inc., a leading U.S.-based “buy now, pay later” platform.
  • SterlingCapitalBrokers Ltd. acquired all of the issued and outstanding shares of Riverview Insurance Solutions Inc.
  • Advising corporate clients on internal structuring, employee benefit taxation, executive compensation, employee/contractor remuneration issues, CPP/EI, business tax and succession planning.
  • Advising corporate clients on income tax issues arising in acquisitions, mergers, reorganizations, financings, wind-ups and amalgamations for domestic and international corporations, partnerships and trusts.
  • Structuring and implementing tax-effective plans for corporations, partnerships, trusts and individuals, both domestically and internationally.
  • Advising corporations on Canadian, cross-border and international employee issues, including cross border withholding and waivers and taxation on termination.
  • Structuring Canadian projects for non-residents in a tax-efficient manner.
  • Providing offshore insurance and trust planning for individuals and corporations, including advice on the non-resident trust rules.
  • Advising high-net-worth clients on inter-generational wealth and estate planning.
  • Representing corporate and individual clients with respect to voluntary disclosures.
  • Counsel to the taxpayer in the following cases: Par Golf Camps Inc. v. HMQ 2001-3812(GST); Simone v. R., 2005 D.T.C. 537 (TCC); 1280659 Ontario Inc. V. M.N.R., 2004 TCC 138; Santoro v. R., 2004 D.T.C. 3684 (TCC); Tindall v. R., 2000 D.T.C. 2126 (TCC); Thornbrook Complete Home Care Inc. v. R. 2002 2132 (TCC); and Thornbrook Complete Home Care Inc. v. R. 2005 FCA 22.

Beyond Our Walls

Professional Involvement

  • Member, Ontario Bar Association
  • Member, American Bar Association
  • Member, Canadian Tax Foundation
  • Member, Canadian Bar Association
  • Member, International Fiscal Association
  • Member, Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners (STEP)

Bar Admission & Education

  • Ontario, 1998
  • LLB, Queen's University, 1996
  • B.Comm. (Hons.), Queen's University, 1990