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    Make every minute count

    To thrive in the legal profession, you need to maximize the value of your time and efforts. The latest Lawyers Alert aims to help you do precisely that – offering fresh perspectives on four important topics: cybersecurity, non-billable hours, social selling and collaborating with clients.

    Corporate Finance

    Your go-to resource for investment banking, transaction structuring, M&A and capital advice — whether you’re a buyer, seller, lender, private equity investor or focused on growing or restructuring your business — our Corporate Finance professionals are masters of the art of the deal.

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    The T4A: Navigating the web of confusion

    Every year, Canadians report copious amounts of information to the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) by way of tax returns, election forms, information returns and other reporting forms. Along with the seemingly endless number of prescribed returns and forms come the numerous volumes of guides, interpretations and bulletins to assist in the reporting process.

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    Investment Funds

    The investment funds industry has experienced significant growth in the last 20 years directly contributing to the wellbeing of the Canadian economy. As the leading advisors to the mid-market investment funds sector, we are the right partners to bring greater financial clarity and guidance.

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    3 items you almost missed in Budget 2019

    Baker Tilly Canada’s National Director of Tax Services John Oakey considers three items in the federal budget that almost flew under the radar: cryptocurrency non-compliance, beneficial ownership transparency and the future of surplus stripping.

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    Missed opportunities to invest in Canadian business

    Heading into the 2019 federal budget, many Canadian businesses were hoping the Liberal government would backpedal on several years of restrictive tax measures. It started when they took office and promised to review the Income Tax Act, eliminating unnecessary tax deductions and credits – but it didn’t stop there.