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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.

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    Focus on recovery

    Our handy infographic highlights some of the top business tax policies you might want to be aware of, followed by a quick roundup of additional tax updates from Budget 2021.

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    Burning out? Help is on the way!

    The COVID-19 pandemic has had negative impacts on our working world and economy. Jim Clifton, chair and CEO of Gallop stated, “Only 15 per cent of the world’s full-time workers are engaged at work and that’s what the whole world wants is a good job, and we are failing to deliver it.” In other words, a full 85 per cent of workers on this planet are not engaged at work. Imagine the economic, social, physical and mental health ramifications of that fact.

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    Baker Tilly launches annual federal budget coverage

    Waterloo, ON – After an unprecedented year, Baker Tilly Canada is eager to see what Budget 2021 has in store for the Canadian business community. When the budget is released, Baker Tilly will once again provide expert analysis, deciphering the impacts for clients – no matter what they may be. In the leadup to the release, the all-Canadian audit, tax and advisory network invites Canadians to join “BT Budget Watch” to receive valuable content. 

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    Pay now… or maybe not?

    Where a person receives an assessment for income tax purposes and files an objection, the Income Tax Act prevents the CRA from taking collection measures in most cases until the objection is settled. However, the CRA is not subject to the same restraint where a person is assessed for GST/HST purposes. Section 315 of the Excise Tax Act (ETA) provides that, where a notice of assessment is issued, any amount assessed (including interest and penalties) becomes payable “forthwith” – meaning immediately.

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    Unreported cryptocurrency: Is voluntary disclosure the right option?

    As most cryptocurrency holders are now aware, Coinsquare Ltd. and the Minister of National Revenue have come to an agreement regarding the disclosure of Coinsquare customer account information to the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA). The formal agreement was reached pursuant to a court order released on March 19, 2021, by the Federal Court of Canada. The order gave Coinsquare 15 days to provide the customer information, from the date of receipt of the CRA’s formal requirement under subsection 231.2(1) of the Income Tax Act and subsection 289(1) of the Excise Tax Act.