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    The ins and outs of the simplified net tax calculation for charities

    Canada has more than 170,000 charitable and not-for-profit organizations, 85,000 of which are registered with the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA). For these registered charities, their supply of property and services is often exempt from GST/HST. Charities that also make taxable supplies of property and services are required to collect GST/HST on those supplies where they are GST/HST registrants (i.e. not small suppliers or small suppliers that have chosen to voluntarily register for GST/HST purposes).

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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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    Republican Framework for U.S. Tax Reform released

    On September 27, 2017 the Republican Party released their long anticipated proposal for U.S. tax reform. The key takeaways of the framework have been summarized below. Please contact your local Collins Barrow U.S. tax advisory professional if you have any questions and to find out how these proposals may impact you and your U.S. or cross-border business.

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    Class 14.1 tax changes for quota in 2017

    Farmers and farm corporations in supply management sectors buy and sell quota regularly. While operational and financial considerations rightly drive these transactions, they are sometimes completed without considering the tax implications. Consequently, these transactions can lead to unexpected income tax results. 

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    Collins Barrow Windsor welcomes new partner Anthony Campagna

    Windsor, ON – Collins Barrow Windsor LLP is pleased to announce that Anthony Campagna is joining the firm as an assurance and advisory partner. Tony graduated from the University of Windsor in 1977 with a B.Comm, received his CA in 1982 and operated his own practice for six years before joining a local accounting firm in 1992. In the subsequent 25 years, he has developed a valuable base of knowledge and expertise.