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    About Baker Tilly WM LLP

    A leading, independent accounting firm in Vancouver for over 50 years, more recently, Wolrige Mahon expanded their reach to Toronto, joining forces with CW Group. Having now merged with Collins Barrow Vancouver, together the three firms form Baker Tilly WM LLP. We are building a new legacy of full-spectrum service both locally, nationally and even globally via our membership in Baker Tilly International. 

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    Meet Our People

    Our experts are at the heart of the exceptional service we provide. Our team has now grown extensively, allowing us to offer clients even greater audit, tax and specialty advisory support. From traditional accounting and assurance services to tax, corporate finance and business consulting, we’ve got you covered. Connect with us today.

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    United as one! Wolrige Mahon, Collins Barrow Vancouver and CW Group have joined forces

    Together our three firms have formed, Baker Tilly WM LLP, expanded to include 20 partners and now serving our valued clients from offices in both Vancouver and Toronto. We look forward to drawing on the legacy of professional excellence that each former firm brings to the table, as we establish and grow our new combined team of expert advisors.

The Latest at Baker Tilly Vancouver

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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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    New QST obligations for non-residents of Quebec

    Until recently, businesses were not required to register for QST unless they were deemed to be carrying on business in Quebec. The carrying on business test considers whether you have a significant presence – such as an office, employees or inventory – in the province. Businesses with a presence in Quebec that make taxable supplies in the province would be required to register, but most vendors selling through e-commerce platforms such as Amazon and eBay may not meet the criteria of having a presence, as they may not have offices, employees or inventory there.

  • Baker Tilly WM’s A Day of Giving

    Baker Tilly WM held its 2nd consecutive A Day of Giving event in December 2018, a firm-wide initiative that saw over 100 of our staff from Vancouver and Toronto volunteering at various charitable organizations within our respective communities. 

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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.

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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.