Baker Tilly Canada Corporate Finance


May 18, 2022

A strong outlook thanks to a solid foundation

Despite significant challenges, the outlook for the engineering and construction industry across the country remains positive and highly receptive to mergers and acquisitions.

March 18, 2022

Tax changes to the Canadian digital economy

In recent months, the tax treatment of non-resident and resident suppliers (i.e., Wayfair) engaged in e-commerce sales has undergone significant changes. While many of these suppliers were not required to register to collect provincial or Canadian federal sales tax in the past, those obligations have changed.

December 21, 2021 by David Laycraft

Is it Time to Start my Succession Plan?

Is it time to create a succession plan? A recent survey by the Canadian Federation of Independent Business (“CFIB”) reported that 42% of small business owners now expect to retire later than planned because of COVID-19.  This has significant implications for Canada’s economy, aging entrepreneurs and their families.  

December 21, 2021 by David Laycraft

Does Buying a Business Make Sense?

With a reported 60% of small and medium-sized Canadian business owners being 50 or older, it is expected that the supply of businesses-for-sale will increase in the coming years.  Buying an existing business can have many benefits over starting from scratch, but overlooking the faults of an existing business can lead to losses and headaches. 

December 21, 2021 by Simon Wong

Importance of Employee Benefits Plans

With the economy opening back up and the world slowly transitioning back to normal, business owners are looking at the future of their companies. One of the critical challenges for this post COVID world is a company’s ability to attract and retain top talent. Employee Benefits can set you apart from other companies and attract the applicants you are looking for.

December 6, 2021

Receive value for your values

Historically, the success or failure of most brands has been a direct result of products and services.

November 23, 2021

Sourcing and closing better deals with PitchBook

In its role as a financial advisor, Baker Tilly Canada Corporate Finance (BTCCF) helps small- to mid-size companies execute sell-side, buy-side and valuation engagements. 

September 23, 2021 by Steven Frye

Insurance Tracking Shares

If a taxpayer owns shares of a corporation and passes away, he or she is deemed to have disposed of their shareholding at fair market value (“FMV”) unless a tax-free rollover is applied...