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  • Baker Tilly

    Welcome to Baker Tilly

    With member firms from coast to coast, we are one of the country’s largest associations of chartered professional accounting firms. As an all-Canadian network, we have a longstanding reputation for value-added audit, tax and advisory solutions.

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    COVID-19: Business guidance

    Updated as of January 21, 2021. Stay tuned for the latest updates on tax and financial measures impacting Canadian businesses in the wake of COVID-19, as well as insights on how organizations can navigate this crisis.

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    Canadian tax fact sheets

    If you want to take a closer look at tax rates in Canada, you’ve come to the right place. The following fact sheets offer a convenient comparison of relevant tax rates from every Canadian province and territory.

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    New T4 2020 reporting requirements

    Effective for the 2020 T4 reporting of employee income, the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) now requires additional reporting that applies to all employers, regardless of whether a business has applied for any of the COVID-19 related federal government relief/recovery programs. This will assist the CRA in validating payments received by employers and their employees under the Canada Emergency Wage Subsidy (CEWS), the Canada Emergency Response Benefit (CERB) and the Canada Emergency Student Benefit (CESB).

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    Baker Tilly REO appoints two new partners

    Winchester, ON – Baker Tilly REO is pleased to announce the appointment of two new partners: Scott Hodgson and Luther VanGilst. These firm veterans are known for leveraging their knowledge and experience to help clients balance wide-ranging objectives in order to achieve their full potential.

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    Galbraith leaves BT Nova Scotia after 27 years

    Dartmouth, NS – An accomplished industry veteran with 27 years of leadership at Baker Tilly Nova Scotia, Grant Galbraith is stepping down from his duties at the firm to take on an expanded role as chair of Baker Tilly Canada’s Board of Directors.

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    BT KDN announces partner Tom Hill’s retirement

    Courtice, ON – With much admiration and gratitude, Baker Tilly KDN announces the retirement of highly respected tax partner, Tom Hill. Although he is retiring from the partnership, he will remain an integral part of the firm’s tax practice, providing his expertise as an associate in a part-time capacity.   

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    Use of trusts by seniors in estate planning

    There seems to be a growing interest among seniors to consider options that improve the administration and security of their assets during their lifetime, providing a greater degree of certainty that their estate’s assets will be distributed in accordance with their wishes. One option to consider is certain trusts available to individuals who are at least 65 years of age. 

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    BT REO appoints new managing partner

    Winchester, ON – Baker Tilly REO is pleased to announce Benjamin Mann has been selected as the firm’s new managing partner. With more than 15 years of accounting experience – including nearly a decade at BT – Mann has emerged as a client service leader who emphasizes service delivery and strong relationships.

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    BT Ottawa bids a fond farewell to partner Stewart Wilson

    Ottawa, ON – Baker Tilly Ottawa would like to bid a fond farewell to partner Stewart Wilson, who is retiring at the end of 2020. A beloved figure at the firm, Wilson has played an important role in guiding BT Ottawa through many phases — and name changes — since his arrival in 1978.

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    Four steps farm businesses can take to minimize the impact of COVID-19

    Over the course of the COVID-19 pandemic, farmers have faced a number of significant challenges. With most restaurants operating at diminished capacity or closed outright, the demand for many farm products has decreased. This leaves producers with excess inventory, some of which they have been forced to destroy. Meanwhile, farm businesses in the fruit and vegetable sector have incurred new costs as they modify equipment to keep employees separated by at least two metres, the distance now recommended by Health Canada. Furthermore, many processing plants have invested in barriers and additional space on the line to keep employees separated.