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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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    Nil consideration election deadline fast approaching for elections in place prior to 2015

    The nil consideration election for "GST/HST" purposes in section 156 of the Excise Tax Act (ETA) was updated recently with changes in effect Jan. 1, 2015. Section 156 allows members of a closely related group to treat certain taxable supplies between them as having been made for no consideration. Essentially, the election eliminates the need to collect and remit taxes by one member and then claim an input tax credit by the other member, which can sometimes result in cash flow issues, particularly with large transactions and differing reporting periods.
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    Collins Barrow sponsors the CCLA’s 35th Civil Litigation Conference

    Mont Tremblant, QC – Collins Barrow’s Financial Advisory Services group is proud to sponsor the County of Carleton Law Association’s 35th Civil Litigation Conference. Taking place on November 20 and 21 at the Fairmont Tremblant in Mont Tremblant, Quebec, this event features a wide array of speakers sharing enlightening perspectives on surveillance evidence, judicial bias, arbitration appeals, estate litigation, neighbour principles, the electronic trial, and more of today’s most significant civil litigation issues.
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    3 tips for filing U.S. taxes under the new IRS procedure

    Unlike other countries in the developed world, U.S. citizens residing in Canada are required to file income taxes in both Canada and the United States.

    However, both countries have developed tax policies independent of one another. What is taxable in one country may not be taxable in the other and vice versa, resulting in the increased possibility of double tax exposure.

    Because of complications like these, some American citizens residing in Canada have failed to remain compliant with U.S. tax regulations. A new IRS procedure is attempting to eliminate, or at least reduce, the penalties for non-compliant expatriates.

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    Infographic: Automobile Use by Employees

    If you find yourself behind the wheel of a car for work purposes, there’s a good chance your employer (a) provides the automobile or (b) pays you to use your own vehicle. Both options are viable, but they also present different income tax consequences — for employer and employee alike.