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    Baker Tilly Vaughan LLP

    As business advisers, accountants and auditors, our experienced professionals provide audit and assurance, corporate, personal and estate tax and financial planning, wealth management, forensic accounting, litigation support, corporate finance and a broad range of other business advisory services.

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    Farm succession: sharing the land in partnership

    A growing number of farm clients come to my office to discuss succession planning. In many cases, there is a single farming child that has stayed behind to help run the operation, and this child will be the successor. Often, there are other children in the family who have left the farm and have blazed their own paths in life.

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    Capitalizing on the AgriStability deadline extension

    Traditionally, farmers had to sign up in order to participate in the AgriStability program by April 30 (just prior to seeding). The program is designed in such a way that you have to sign up and pay your fees before your production season begins to be declared eligible for the upcoming year. However, the government recently announced a one-time extension of the deadline from April 30 to July 2, 2019.

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    A Day of Giving in memory of Kelly Patchell

    Ottawa, ON – Baker Tilly Ottawa will host a day of giving in memory of Kelly Patchell on Thursday, June 6. A valued member of the firm who was greatly loved by her work family, Kelly was known for generously supporting causes in the community. Whenever an opportunity arose to contribute, she enthusiastically shared her time and talent.

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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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    The CRA statement regarding oral interviews and the Cameco decision

    The Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) released a statement on May 31, 2019 following the Federal Court of Appeal (FCA) decision in National Revenue v. Cameco Corporation (2019 FCA 67). At the heart of this case is the breadth of the CRA’s audit powers and its ability to compel employees to participate in oral interviews during a general audit. Both the Federal Court and the FCA sided with the taxpayer, preventing the CRA from conducting the requested employee oral interviews.

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    The talent acquisition time bomb

    At Baker Tilly, we believe there are people solutions that can help your business thrive. Canadians are facing the daunting realities outlined below, but we know that knowledge is power. By taking proactive measures, we can provide valuable support to our clients in their pursuit of excellence. Here are some of the major issues we are facing, along with recommendations that will assist in your continued success. 

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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.

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    Successful farm succession planning

    For family farm operations to prosper into the future, it is important to have successful transfers from one generation to the next. Many tax and non-tax issues must be considered to implement a successful farm succession plan.

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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.