Professionalism and personalized service are hallmarks of our Peterborough and Lindsay offices. We provide audit, accounting, tax, estate, succession and financial planning, business valuation, litigation support, forensic accounting, business advisory, HR and IT advice to a diverse group of clients in the agriculture, construction, wholesale and retail, professional services and not-for-profit sectors.
Collingwood, Meaford, Owen Sound, Walkerton, Toronto, ON – Founded in 1950, Gaviller & Company, a regional chartered professional accounting firm serving the Collingwood, Meaford, Owen Sound and Walkerton, Ontario, areas, has joined Collins Barrow. Now operating as Collins Barrow SGB, the firm is part of an expanding network of 26 independent member firms across Canada.
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Vaughan, ON – The partners of Collins Barrow (Vaughan) LLP are pleased to announce that Richa Khanna will be assuming the role of Director, Professional and Quality Standards.
It’s the most wonderful time of the year! That’s right, time to start your year-end tax planning so any strategies that need to be implemented before key dates in order to be effective can be successfully launched.
Halifax, NS – John Oakey, CPA, CA, a tax partner with Collins Barrow Nova Scotia Inc., will be presenting “Dealing with the Canada Revenue Agency: What you need to know,” today, November 26, 2014, at the meeting of the Canadian Bar Association Nova Scotia’s Taxation Law Section.
Montreal, QC – In partnership with McGill University’s Desautels Accounting Society, Collins Barrow Montreal recently sponsored a case competition for all first-year management students. More than 100, working in teams of four, competed for one of six spots in the final round.
Halifax, NS – John Oakey, CA, a tax partner with Collins Barrow Nova Scotia Inc., will be giving a seminar on “HST in Real Property” on December 9, 2014 at the Annual Real Estate Conference presented by the Real Estate Lawyers Association of Nova Scotia (RELANS).
On July 1, 2014, a Canada/U.S. intergovernmental agreement (IA) came into effect requiring financial institutions in Canada to begin identifying “U.S. person” account holders (for example, U.S. citizens and U.S. residents) for the purposes of disclosing specific information to the U.S. Internal Revenue Service.
Many farmers can leave behind a significant tax liability once they pass on. Explore these tax strategies and estate planning tips for farmers.
Halifax, NS – John Oakey, CA, a tax partner with Collins Barrow Nova Scotia Inc., will be giving the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Nova Scotia’s full-day “Income Tax Update” course in early December and again on Dec. 17, 2014 and Jan. 13, 2015.
The federal government recently introduced several tax measures designed to help Canadian families. Collins Barrow’s latest infographic provides an overview.
Canadian residents probably do not give much thought to Obamacare, otherwise known as the Affordable Health Care Act in the United States. The program will have little or no impact on most Canadians. But in some circumstances, Obamacare will extend across the border to a small percentage of individuals living in Canada.