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    About Baker Tilly WM LLP

    A leading, independent audit, tax and advisory firm, based in Vancouver and Toronto, Baker Tilly WM LLP, is uniquely placed to address our clients’ needs successfully. Drawing on well-trained teams, across a variety of disciplines, we ensure the alignment of our professional’s skills and experience with client requirements, resulting in exceptional service and business outcomes.

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    Latest news from Baker Tilly WM

    Great conversations lead to great relationships that enable great futures. We invite you to stay connected and keep up-to-date with the latest news and headlines from Baker Tilly WM.

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    Meet our people in Toronto

    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.

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    Baker Tilly Canada congratulates 57 successful 2019 CFE writers

    Waterloo, ON – Baker Tilly Canada is thrilled to congratulate all the candidates from Baker Tilly firms across the country who successfully completed the 2019 Common Final Examination (CFE). In addition, Baker Tilly is proud to announce one of our successful CFE candidates, Fay Dickinson, placed on the CPA Canada National CFE Honour Roll.

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    Remote work arrangements: considerations for success

    The past few decades have seen the accelerated growth of remote work arrangements, from roles traditionally performed off-site to a trendy and popular fringe benefit. This perk was largely offered by progressive organizations to its previously on-site workers. Today, remote work arrangements are no longer a passing trend, but an option that employees across Canada’s diverse industries expect to be offered. A 2018 study by Indeed revealed that 62 per cent of Canadian employers offer some type of remote work option. It is now less a question of whether employers should offer a remote work option, than how employers can ensure the success of their remote work program. Softchoice’s 2017 study “Collaboration Unleashed” revealed that 74 per cent of workers would be enticed to quit their jobs for the chance to work remotely more often. 

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    Wrongful dismissal: When reasons do not constitute cause

    Without a doubt, the single most common issue brought to employment lawyers is dismissal of employees. Although most human resource (HR) professionals are educated and certified in this field, many find it impossible to keep up with changing case law, court decisions and penalties. Those employers who do not have onsite HR professional managers or directors also tend to terminate based on their views, winding up in court after the fact, as employees become more aware of their rights.

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    Custom farm services and the pitfalls of GST/HST

    Most farmers are aware that they must charge GST/HST on custom work, but are you aware that you may need to charge GST/HST on supplies on which you did not pay GST/HST? If you operate a custom services business providing the application of fertilizer or chemical to farmers in Canada and your business is registered for HST, you should be aware of a policy statement published by the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) affecting HST on those crop inputs.

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    Five tips for improved GST documentation

    If your business is registered for GST, you can claim input tax credits under certain conditions. For one, you can recover any GST you pay on purchases and expenses that relate to your commercial activities. If a parent or sister company makes a payment on your behalf and it’s connected to your activity, you should be able to claim an input tax credit – as long as your name is on the transaction. If someone else’s name is on the transaction, the CRA has no way to confirm it’s yours (there’s also the danger that more than one entity could claim an input tax credit on the same transaction). With that in mind, here are five steps you can take to avoid improper GST documentation.