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    Collins Barrow Vancouver, Wolrige Mahon & CW Group merge - now one of Collins Barrow’s largest firms

    Toronto, ON – Collins Barrow National is pleased to announce its latest Western expansion, with the merger of Collins Barrow Vancouver, Wolrige Mahon and CW Group. Together, they are forming a single, powerhouse audit, tax and specialty services firm. With offices situated in  Vancouver and Toronto, the new firm, Wolrige Mahon Collins Barrow (WMCB), will further enhance Collins Barrow’s long-standing coast-to-coast presence.

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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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    Don’t dive into the shallow end of the TOSI income pool

    In recent Tax Alerts we discussed the tax on split income (TOSI), which limits income-splitting techniques involving private corporations by taxing amounts received at the highest marginal tax rate. The rules are complex and, to date, the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) has provided only limited guidance on their application.

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    Collins Barrow is expanding through Southwestern Ontario and across Canada

    TORONTO, ON, SEPTEMBER 7, 2018 – Canada’s largest network of independent accounting, tax and specialty services firms is boldly expanding their reach across the country. Already, firms in Vancouver, Toronto and across Southwestern Ontario are set to join Collins Barrow National before year's end. Firm and location details will be shared through September and October 2018. Many of our incoming firms are major players in their markets, dedicated to extending their clients, partners and staff enhanced services, national resources and agility that can only be achieved via independent management.

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    How to remain compliant when not acting at arm’s length

    For tax purposes, the Canadian Revenue Agency requires businesses to complete all transactions at fair market value, but some businesses find themselves making special arrangements with family, friends or others. By not acting at arm’s length, they may wind up with understated revenue, overstated expenses and/or unrecorded tax liabilities. Any error in this area is subject to reassessment, which can be an extremely expensive process.