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    ParkerQuine LLP has joined Collins Barrow

    ParkerQuine LLP has joined Collins Barrow. Now operating as Collins Barrow PQ, we are part of a growing network of offices from coast to coast in Canada.  Our offices in Yorkton and Saskatoon are now ready to offer you even more than before.

    Business as usual just got a whole lot better. To find out what each of our offices have to offer, please select either the Yorkton or Saskatoon office location from the drop down box at the top left hand side of this page.

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    Collins Barrow Toronto welcomes new audit partner, Grand Lui

    Toronto, ON – Collins Barrow Toronto is pleased to welcome Grand Lui, CPA, CA as audit partner. With 14 years of experience, Grand supports Canadian companies with initial and secondary public offerings, Securities Exchange Commission (SEC) registration, financial due diligence and strategic consulting.

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    Clarify Your Cross Border Tax Obligations

    Are you a Canadian resident who has relocated to the United States for work? This is complicated for many reasons, but the tax implications can be especially daunting. Let's take a closer look at several residency scenarios and clarify your tax obligations - in Canada AND the U.S.

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    Automobile Use by Employees

    Businesses often require employees to use automobiles to perform their employment duties. Most often, a business will provide an automobile to the employee or will pay the employee for use of the employee’s own vehicle. These options present different income tax consequences for the employer and the employee.

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    CSA amendments impact venture issuer obligations

    Toronto, ON – The Canadian Securities Administrators (CSA) recently announced a number of amendments, which adjust disclosure obligations (National Instrument 51-102), audit committee requirements (National Instrument 52-110) and general prospectus requirements (National Instrument 41-101) for venture issuers. Collins Barrow Toronto experts have reviewed the amendments and highlighted the changes that may impact clients and corporate partners: 

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    Collins Barrow Sudbury leads at Relay For Life cancer fundraiser

    Sudbury, ON – Collins Barrow Sudbury-Nipissing LLP was the top fundraising team at the Canadian Cancer Society’s Relay For Life on Friday, June 19. Calling themselves “A Counting For A Cure,” the CB Sudbury-Nipissing team raised $8,000 for this important cause, which was matched by the firm for a total contribution of $16,000.

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    Smooth Transition: Keeping Your Cottage in the Family

    Family cottages can play an integral role in strengthening family bonds. Over time, traditions are established, festivities are enjoyed and emotional ties are formed, creating a desire to keep these properties in the family for generations. However, a variety of financial and legal concerns can make this more difficult than it sounds. 

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    Collins Barrow Toronto partner takes his expertise to Australia

    Toronto, ON – In his role as the international liaison to Baker Tilly International, Collins Barrow Toronto partner John Sinclair, CPA, CA presented to select companies investing and operating in the Australian mining sector. His presentation in Brisbane, Australia was part of a joint event hosted with Baker Tilly International member firm Pitcher Partners.

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    RRSP Excess Contributions

    Are you one of the many Canadians who have inadvertently overcontributed to their Registered Retirement Savings Plans? If so, you should be aware that excess RRSP contributions are subject to a penalty tax of one per cent per month of the excess contribution.

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    Technical Bulletin - July 2015 Part 1

    This technical bulletin covers the various developments from April to June 2015. Collins Barrow regularly publishes Technical Bulletin for the general interest of its clients and friends to highlight the continually changing accounting and assurance standards, and the interpretations thereof, in Canada.

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