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    Commentary

    The Honourable Bill Morneau, Minister of Finance, today tabled his fourth federal budget titled “Investing in the Middle Class”.  With this budget, the government addressed four key areas:

    • Investing in the Middle Class
    • Building a Better Canada
    • Advancing Reconciliation
    • Delivering Real Change
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    New trust reporting rules

    The 2018 Federal Budget introduced rules that will require trusts to report additional information to the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) annually to improve the collection of beneficial ownership information. The new rules will also require annual tax returns for trusts, where they were formerly not needed.

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    Corporate transparency under the CBCA

    Corporate transparency has been pushed to the top of the global agenda throughout the international community. Many countries and international organizations are asking governments to legislate the transparency of corporate ownership to help in the continuing fight against money laundering, terrorist financing, and tax evasion and avoidance. 

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    Baker Tilly Trillium announces new partner

    Leamington, ON – Baker Tilly Trillium is pleased to announce Patrick Ouellette has been promoted to partner, effective Jan. 1, 2019. Patrick received his Bachelor of Commerce degree from the University of Windsor in 2009. After the completion of his degree, he joined the Collins Barrow Leamington (now Baker Tilly Trillium) team and successfully obtained his CPA, CA designation in 2012.

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    Build the right team for your succession plan

    Developing and running a business involves years of hard work, nurturing and tough decisions. You don’t want to diminish those years of dedication by treating your succession as an afterthought. As a business owner, there are many benefits to thinking about your succession plan early. A well-thought-out succession helps to protect the valuable legacy of your business by preparing it for the future and unexpected events. It also helps you to maintain a good relationship with employees, customers and stakeholders.