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    CB Montréal promotes Nathalie Nguyen to principal

    Montréal, QC – Collins Barrow Montréal is pleased to announce that Nathalie Nguyen, CPA, CA has been promoted to the role of principal at the firm. She has been with CB Montreal for over 16 years, working closely with clients in a wide range of industries, including automotive, construction, investment, dental and medical, law firm services, manufacturing, real estate and retail.

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    What does Trump’s tax agenda mean for Canadian corporations and individuals?

    Canadians with business or personal interests in the United States and American citizens living in Canada may want to take a renewed look at the fast-changing tax environment south of the border. Tax reform was one of the key planks in Donald Trump’s election platform, although it’s unclear how many of these ideas he’ll be able to implement. It would be prudent to consider some possible implications for your business, your family and yourself.

    Of course, any steps you take depend on your personal circumstances and they should be taken only after consultation with a qualified business professional. But in broad strokes, here are some ideas to consider.

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    Business advisory: Bridging the gap for success

    Traditionally, accounting firms have focused on providing assurance and taxation services for their small business clients. Discussions often center on historical results. While these are useful and an important base discussion to have, we also want our clients to be looking forward, actively planning and pursuing their future. This is the bridge that business advisory builds to take clients to the next level.

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    Collins Barrow Montréal S.E.N.C.R.L./LLP

    As a leading mid-market firm, we have been serving the Montréal business community for more than 70 years. From real estate to manufacturing, import/export and high-tech to retail and the service industry, we have experience in virtually every sector of the Canadian economy. Committed to professionalism and excellence in personalized service, we adapt to the changing needs of every client. Quite simply, we put our clients first.

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    Salary vs. dividend for medical professionals

    For medical practitioners, the choice between salary or dividends is usually a conflicted one. The general sense is that the grass is greener on the other side. As tax rates change both federally and provincially, it’s necessary to consider the pros and cons of each option, as well as other aspects of pay, such as retirement savings, in order to make sure the right strategy is implemented.

    Here is a closer look at some of the key issues involved.

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    Budget 2017 Update - Relief for contingency fee engagements

    As proposed in the March 22, 2017 budget, every professional must include year-end work-in-progress (WIP) into taxable income effective for taxation years beginning after March 21, 2017. WIP for professionals typically represents unbilled professional time and cost incurred in the rendering of services to clients. This is often captured in the form of a professional’s “charge-out” rate, which represents their cost, overhead and some profit component.

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    Technical Bulletin: May 2017

    This Technical Bulletin covers the various developments from February 2017 to April 2017.

    Acknowledgement: The content of the Technical Bulletin has been summarized or reproduced from the CPA Canada, IASB and IFRIC, IAASB, AcSB, PSAB, AASB press releases, updates, publications, meeting summaries and other publications referenced within the Bulletin.