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    Five minutes with Laura Senay

    Got five minutes? In the latest instalment of Baker Tilly Windsor’s “Meet our experts” feature, financial planner Laura Senay discusses her journey in the finance sector. She brings extensive financial knowledge and experience to Baker Tilly Windsor, helping clients achieve their financial planning goals.

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    The difference between expenses and capital expenditures

    The tax implications of expenses and capital assets are quite different, so it’s important farm businesses understand these implications before making a significant investment in new assets or renovations. Unfortunately, the difference is not always clear. When a farm business spends money on a project that is deemed a repair, this can be deducted in the current tax year as an expense. However, if money is spent on a capital improvement, that gets added to the cost of the asset, which is then depreciated over time. In other words, rather than get the full benefit of the deduction in the year the investment is made, businesses see this benefit gradually, over a number of years, depending on the class of the asset and the depreciation rate. That is the fundamental difference between expenses and capital expenditures.

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    Baker Tilly Canada Capital facilitates insurance firm partnership

    Windsor, ON – Baker Tilly Canada Capital Corporation is pleased to announce a strategic partnership between All-Risks Insurance Brokers Limited (All-Risks) and StoneRidge Insurance Brokers (SIB). Baker Tilly Canada Capital served as exclusive financial advisor to All-Risks and its shareholders.

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    Get a grip on indirect tax

    When it comes to indirect tax, clients have a wide range of questions. What is it? What opportunities are available? Am I missing out on anything I could be gaining? Do I have obligations I’m failing to meet that could result in penalties? In addition to answering these questions, the advisors at Baker Tilly Windsor can address all the minutiae that factor into this highly complex, specialized, often‑overlooked area, so our clients have nothing to worry about.

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    Digital Services Tax Act update

    In August 2023, the Department of Finance released its draft of the Digital Services Tax Act (DSTA) with the intent to introduce legislation aiming to tax certain large domestic (and foreign) businesses on their Canadian digital services revenue.

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    Baker Tilly Toronto announces partnership with SickKids Foundation

    Toronto, ON – Baker Tilly Toronto proudly announces a five-year partnership with SickKids Foundation that will contribute funding and employee engagement opportunities in support of The Hospital for Sick Children (SickKids), Canada’s most research-intensive medical facility and the country’s largest centre dedicated to improving children's health. 

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    Five minutes with Hayko Kalktik

    Got five minutes? In the latest instalment of Baker Tilly Windsor’s “Meet our experts” feature, financial planner Hayko Kalktik shares insights into a 14-year finance career, including roles in banks and financial planning. Kalktik joined the Baker Tilly Windsor team to help clients achieve their financial planning goals.

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    Office closure and moving to a virtual approach

    Our firm, our staff and our families are fully committed to physical distancing, but we also want to remain social with our clients, co-workers and friends. This message is a follow-up to our original message; we would like clients to be aware that effective Monday, March 23, the office will be closed.