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    Using replacement property to defer capital gains on farmland

    With replacement property rules, you can purchase farmland to replace a previous piece of farmland sold – as long as it’s used in the same (or a similar) business – and elect to defer any capital gain that might be incurred. Replacement might occur for the following reasons:

    (a) farmers swap land with neighbours due to proximity to their farm business
    (b) land is expropriated by government bodies and farmers find replacement land to continue their operations
    (c) succession planning

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    Environmental Stewardship

    Collins Barrow is focused on reducing its carbon footprint.  Accounting can be a “paper pushing” environment to work in, however being environmentally focused is not only good for our environment, but is good for our staff, our clients, and our neighbors on this earth.

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    Technical Bulletin: August 2017

    This Technical Bulletin covers the various developments from May 2017 to July 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.

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    Collins Barrow Toronto announces director of global transfer pricing

    Toronto, ON – Collins Barrow Toronto is pleased to welcome Sean McNama to the firm as director, global transfer pricing. With his understanding of complex and often very stringent transfer pricing regulations, McNama will bring invaluable insight and tax efficient solutions to organizations with cross-border transactions.

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    Collins Barrow Toronto expands U.S. Corporate Tax Advisory

    Toronto, ON – Collins Barrow Toronto is pleased to announce John S. Lee has joined the firm as director, U.S. Corporate Tax Advisory. Lee assists public and privately held Canadian and U.S. corporations in navigating the complex U.S. corporate tax system, spanning the breadth of federal, state and local tax considerations. In his new role, he will expand the firm’s capacity to service the diverse needs of clients with cross-border and U.S. domestic business relations.