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    Celebrate Success Award

    On October 3rd, 2018, our Yorkton office was recognized as the Education & Training award winner at the Yorkton Chamber of Commerce Celebrate Success Awards.

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    The impact of the new carbon pricing model

    In the fall of 2018, the federal government implemented their strategy for reducing carbon emissions by 50 to 60 million tonnes by 2022. In doing so, they enacted upon a charge of $20 per tonne in 2019, with an annual increase of $10 per tonne until it reaches $50 per tonne by 2022. This carbon pricing model will have an effect on both individuals and corporations in Saskatchewan.

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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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    Commentary

    The Honourable Bill Morneau, Minister of Finance, today tabled his fourth federal budget titled “Investing in the Middle Class”.  With this budget, the government addressed four key areas:

    • Investing in the Middle Class
    • Building a Better Canada
    • Advancing Reconciliation
    • Delivering Real Change
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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.

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    3 items you almost missed in Budget 2019

    Baker Tilly Canada’s National Director of Tax Services John Oakey considers three items in the federal budget that almost flew under the radar: cryptocurrency non-compliance, beneficial ownership transparency and the future of surplus stripping.

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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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    Missed opportunities to invest in Canadian business

    Heading into the 2019 federal budget, many Canadian businesses were hoping the Liberal government would backpedal on several years of restrictive tax measures. It started when they took office and promised to review the Income Tax Act, eliminating unnecessary tax deductions and credits – but it didn’t stop there. 

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    Corporate transparency under the CBCA

    Corporate transparency has been pushed to the top of the global agenda throughout the international community. Many countries and international organizations are asking governments to legislate the transparency of corporate ownership to help in the continuing fight against money laundering, terrorist financing, and tax evasion and avoidance.