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  • Baker Tilly

    Welcome to Baker Tilly SNT

    Northern Ontario-based, our four offices and 90-plus staff members provide tax, accounting and business advisory services to more than 2,000 small and midsized owner-managed businesses, municipalities, hospitals, caisses populaires, credit unions, publicly funded educational and financial institutions, not-for-profits and private-sector clients in manufacturing, logging and forest products, construction, retail, professional services and recreation.

The Latest at Baker Tilly North Bay

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    A streamlined procedure does not clear a GILTI conscience

    In December 2017, President Trump signed the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) into law. The TCJA made significant amendments to the Internal Revenue Code (IRC). Among them was the introduction of a transition tax under IRC section 965—a tax on accumulated earnings of certain foreign corporations in the hands of U.S. shareholders. This new tax marked a transition to taxing the active income of foreign corporations.

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    Baker Tilly WM welcomes partner Birju Shah

    Toronto, ON – Baker Tilly Toronto is pleased to welcome partner Birju Shah to its International Tax team. A Chartered Professional Accountant with more than 15 years of experience advising private and publicly traded entities, Shah will assist clients both in Canada and around the world with international tax, general tax compliance and advisory engagements, as well as matters involving tax disputes.

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    Changing CCA rates for farm businesses

    When the most recent federal budget was released on April 19, 2021, it was announced that CCA rates will change for farm businesses that are Canadian-controlled private corporations (CCPC). Under this announcement, CCPCs would be entitled to immediately expense their capital purchases when they calculate their income for tax purposes.

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    The profits and pitfalls of maintaining QSBC share status

    With the recent Royal Assent of Bill C-208, owners of incorporated small and medium-sized businesses, and their tax advisors, were reminded that proactively monitoring and maintaining qualifying small business corporation (QSBC) share status is essential to make many tax-planning strategies possible. There are many traps that may cause the unintended loss of QSBC share status, and when the time comes to take advantage of available tax planning, it can be too late to correct the problem.

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    Government announces targeted COVID-19 support measures

    On October 21, 2021, two days before most of the Federal government’s COVID-19 recovery programs were set to expire on October 23rd, Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland announced the expansion of these programs under a more targeted approach.  This announcement was subsequently supported by information published by the Department of Finance on their website.

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    BT Nova Scotia welcomes partner Sean Walker

    Dartmouth, NS – Baker Tilly Nova Scotia is pleased to welcome Sean Walker, who joins the Baker Tilly Advantage team as partner. Walker brings a wealth of experience to the firm, having spent the past 15 years in senior financial roles with not-for-profit and private companies. His most recent experience includes working as an outsourced CFO-for-hire for several small- to medium-sized businesses.

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    Two Alberta firms join the Baker Tilly Canada network

    Waterloo, ON – Baker Tilly Canada, one of the country’s largest networks of independent accounting firms, is excited to expand its presence in Western Canada by welcoming two new Alberta firms: Baker Tilly WCR and Baker Tilly Catalyst. While BT WCR is located in Rocky Mountain House, BT Catalyst will serve clients from three offices – in Calgary, Nanton and Sundre.