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    Baker Tilly SGB LLP

    Collingwood Meaford Owen Sound Walkerton

    Client service has been the foundation of Baker Tilly SGB LLP for over 60 years. We offer experience, insight and expertise to our clients throughout the Simcoe, Grey and Bruce Counties. By listening to you and looking at things from your perspective, we can help you define your goals and then we tailor our services to help you achieve them.

  • A Day of Giving in memory of Kelly Patchell

    Ottawa, ON – Baker Tilly Ottawa will host a day of giving in memory of Kelly Patchell on Thursday, June 6. A valued member of the firm who was greatly loved by her work family, Kelly was known for generously supporting causes in the community. Whenever an opportunity arose to contribute, she enthusiastically shared her time and talent.

The Latest at Baker Tilly Meaford

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    Audit and Accounting Services

    When you're facing a changing global economy, it's important to have someone next to you who will help navigate through the evolving accounting standards and changing regulatory environment. We can guide you through the uncertainties of change and risk.

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    Tax Advisory

    There is no time like now for effective corporate and personal tax advice. The professionals at Baker Tilly provide the alternatives you seek and will achieve the most efficient results for your tax planning needs.

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    Collins Barrow SGB’s Janet Currie earns prestigious FCPA designation

    Collingwood, Ontario – Collins Barrow SGB is proud to announce managing partner, Janet Currie, has been awarded the FCPA designation, recognizing her professional and community achievements, as well as her commitment to service excellence. The FCPA is awarded by the Chartered Professional Accountants of Ontario and is one of the...
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    The new rules surrounding capital cost allowance

    In your farming business, you are likely to acquire depreciable property such as buildings or equipment. Since this property wears out or becomes obsolete over time, you can deduct the cost of each item over a period of several years in an annual deduction known as the capital cost allowance (CCA). For example, before recent changes to the rules, you would receive half of the 30 per cent CCA in the first year after purchasing a Class 10 asset (e.g., a self-propelled vehicle). If you bought a tractor that cost $100,000, you would receive a $15,000 write-off in the first year. In subsequent years, that 15 per cent would increase to 30 per cent of the remaining balance.

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    Not For Profit

    The professionals of Baker Tilly have consistently focused on the financial needs and demands of Canada's diverse not-for-profit sector. We recognize that a not-for-profit organizations' members, donors and stakeholders seek assurance of the integrity of financial information, clarity in reporting and transparency in disclosure.

    Grinding through the small business limit

    In 2018, amendments to the Income Tax Act were enacted to limit the $500,000 federal small business limit where a Canadian Controlled Private Corporation (CCPC) earns investment income. For every $1 of Adjusted Aggregate Investment Income (AAII) that a CCPC earns in excess of $50,000, its small business limit will be reduced by $5. The full small business limit, where the CCPC earns $150,000 or more of AAII, will be eliminated. AAII effectively includes any investment income that is not incidental or does not pertain to an active asset. Note that in Saskatchewan, the grind will reduce the provincial small business limit by $6 for every $1 of AAII because of the province’s higher provincial small business limit ($600,000).