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    Where you start your career is one of the most important decisions you will ever make. At Baker Tilly WM, life is rewarding on so many different levels both professionally and personally. A place where you can grow and thrive in your career.

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    2020 Year-End COVID-19 Considerations

    Due to COVID-19 the past year has brought financial challenges to both businesses and individuals. A series of tax and economic measures were introduced under Canada’s COVID-19 Economic Response Plan (“Response Plan”) to support the Canadian economy...

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    CPP: To defer or not to defer

    For several years now, clients and contacts (with more frequency of late, and that’s no accident) have been asking me: “Hey Steve, I am turning 65 shortly, do I apply for CPP now or do I wait – what makes more sense financially?” Based on analysis provided by experts in...
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    In the Spotlight

    Get to know the people of Baker Tilly WM! Meet the individuals who lead our firm in our brief ‘In the Spotlight' series.

    Further expansion of the CEBA – applications open June 26

    The expanded CEBA program is being made available gradually starting with the larger banks. Other participating financial institutions will start offering the program over the coming weeks.

    The Canada Emergency Business Account (CEBA) was previously introduced in early April 2020 to provide eligible businesses with financing up to $40,000, with 25 per cent of this being forgivable based on the terms of the CEBA loan program. In the early stages of the program, businesses were required to employ individuals with an aggregate employment expense between $40,000 and $1,000,000 in 2019. The program was modified to widen the employment scope to between $20,000 and $1,500,000, thus expanding the reach of the program.

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    BT Canada launches new Digital Technology and Risk group

    Toronto, ON – Baker Tilly Canada is excited to announce the launch of our new Digital Technology and Risk service group. Spearheaded and led by partner Deepak Upadhyaya – a respected people coach, leader and mentor with more than 25 years of progressive experience leading risk and consulting teams – this group continues BT’s commitment to clients as they evolve in the digital space, navigating technological risks and opportunities related to AI, automation,  cybersecurity, privacy, digital assets and more.

  • The future of work

    BT International explores the rapid shift to remote work triggered by the COVID-19 pandemic. As many businesses prepare to return to the office, BT Canada’s Kari Viglasky and other experts argue the lessons learned should not be lost.

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    Some tax tips in the COVID-19 era

    Our epidemiologists and public health officers are warning us gently that the dreaded virus will be with us for a while. Nevertheless, we are all hoping that our economy will recover soon (and to some extent our financial markets have), but it appears asset values in general may be depressed for some time to come...