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    About Baker Tilly KDN LLP

    Baker Tilly KDN is a full-service accounting firm providing assurance, tax and related business advisory services to a broad range of clientele from our offices in Peterborough, Lindsay, Courtice and Cobourg.

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    Baker Tilly KDN Consulting

    In addition to top-notch assurance and tax guidance, Baker Tilly KDN clients benefit from our dynamic team of consultants – giving you access to the expertise you need, when you need it.

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    AgriStability changes: is it time to participate (again)?

    With so many federal and provincial government support programs available in response to the pandemic, there’s a danger some farm businesses will overlook AgriStability. In March 2021, the Canadian federal and provincial governments announced changes to this program, improving income support for farm producers – and these opportunities should not be overlooked.

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    Fall Economic Statement

    On November 3, 2022, the Fall Economic Statement was provided by Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance, The Honourable Chrystia Freeland, P.C., M.P. in the House of Commons.

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    Canadian tax fact sheets 2022

    If you want to better understand Canadian tax rates in 2022, you are in the right place. We have compiled the following fact sheets to provide a convenient comparison of relevant tax rates for every Canadian province and territory.

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    Advancing your firm’s growth, leadership and success

    In today’s legal landscape, firms must continually consider and evaluate how they operate. A big part of this is being ready to address and adapt to new circumstances and challenges. With this in mind, our latest Lawyers Alert examines a variety of relevant topics, including the true economics of associates’ compensation, optimizing your firm’s strength in attracting top talent and how to effectively ⁠–⁠ and tactfully ⁠–⁠ manage client expectations. We invite you to review the feature articles below, as they offer valuable perspective, insight and commentary.

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    Gratuities and tips – time to revisit payroll practices

    Tips are in the news, again! Recently, a restaurant’s tips policy made it all the way to the Federal Court of Appeal to decide whether the service staff tips are subject to Canada Pension Plan (CPP) and Employment Insurance (EI). With customers increasingly tipping electronically, the decision in this appeal is very relevant.

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    Addressing the proposed EIFEL rules

    On Feb. 4, 2022, the Department of Finance (Finance) introduced draft legislation relating to Excessive Interest and Financing Expenses Limitation (EIFEL) rules, which implement the recommendations in Action 4 of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development’s Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (BEPS) project.

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    2022 tax deadline calendar

    When it comes to Canadian and U.S. tax deadlines, even the most diligent client needs an occasional reminder. Get our 2022 tax deadline calendar for a month-by-month overview of key dates that could apply to you. You might even notice a few obligations that may have slipped your mind.

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    Baker Tilly GWD promotes two leaders

    Guelph, ON – Baker Tilly GWD is pleased to announce Adrian Carreiro and Damien Condon have been promoted to associate partner, in celebration of their extensive technical skillsets and contributions to the success of the firm.

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    To file or not to file – Considerations for late‑filed GST/HST section 156 elections

    GST/HST is generally applicable when property and/or services destined exclusively for commercial purposes are supplied by a closely related party who is registered for that tax. To simplify tax accounting and improve cashflow, certain closely related Canadian corporations and partnerships can elect under subsection 156(2) of the Excise Tax Act, via Form RC4616, to treat certain supplies by a closely related person as if they were made without consideration.