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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.

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    COVID-19 business guidance: EHT and WSIB

    The economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic to both individuals and businesses has been devastating. With job losses and unemployment levels at an all-time high, no one could have predicted the level of pain and sacrifice we have all had to endure.

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    Medical practitioners and GST/HST registration: an update

    In Canada, governments at all levels and of all political stripes struggle to deal with the rising costs associated with delivering quality health care to Canadians. They strive to pay for the services patients need and demand when they visit their doctors, dentists, psychologists, orthodontists and other members considered under the Excise Tax Act (ETA) as “practitioners” and “medical practitioners.”

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    Infographic: Shining a light on indirect tax

    Indirect taxes are highly complex and often overlooked. Since they can be imposed by major tax jurisdictions at practically any stage of production and distribution, they must be managed and monitored vigilantly. If ignored or dismissed, they can result in exposure and exact a heavy toll on your company’s overall operations, cash flow and profitability.

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    Update on WSIB financial relief package

    Businesses in Ontario continue to be negatively affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. To assist Ontario businesses, the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board (WSIB) announced in April 2020 the opportunity for businesses to defer their premiums due between March and August 2020.

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    BT Windsor launches Baker Tilly Live

    Windsor, ON – Baker Tilly Windsor has joined forces with leadership strategist Joseph Heraldo to launch Baker Tilly Live, a suite of consulting services dedicated to the leadership, skills and systems needed to fully optimize businesses – and the teams that put them into practice. This is the latest step in BT Windsor’s ongoing evolution. Through this new service offering, the firm will serve clients in new ways and provide the additional value they expect from one of the Windsor region’s most innovative firms.

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    Our response to COVID-19

    As each day passes, our communities, our country and our world are facing unprecedented challenges to keep our people and our businesses healthy.
     

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    Fall 2020 Economic Statement – sales tax update

    With their most recent economic update, the federal government announced several new sales tax measures aimed at levelling the playing field between Canadian-owned and operated businesses and non-resident businesses that operate outside of Canada. Principally, these announced changes focus on foreign digital content services and supplies of intangibles in Canada. While these supplies have historically attracted sales tax, typically they have required the consumer to self-assess, which has led to a low rate of compliance. In announcing these new measures, the federal government is looking to recapture this lost revenue by requiring non-resident businesses to become GST/HST registrants to collect and remit this tax to the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA).

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    The exit of a family farm shareholder

    When a shareholder of a family farm wishes to exit the farm operation—whether due to retirement, disagreement with other shareholders, or a desire for a lifestyle change—and there is no shareholders’ agreement in place to dictate the procedures for buyout, negotiations are required between the exiting shareholder and the remaining shareholder(s).

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    BT WM announces new lead of Digital Technology & Risk Group

    Toronto, ON – Baker Tilly WM is excited to welcome new partner Deepak Upadhyaya as leader of the firm’s Digital Technology & Risk Group. A respected people coach, leader and mentor, Upadhyaya brings to this role more than 25 years of progressive experience leading risk and consulting teams at various professional services firms. His specialized expertise in technology and risk management will serve him well in his new role.