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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: 

    Corporate Finance

    Your go-to resource for investment banking, transaction structuring, M&A and capital advice — whether you’re a buyer, seller, lender, private equity investor or focused on growing or restructuring your business — our Corporate Finance professionals are masters of the art of the deal.

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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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    Investment Funds

    The investment funds industry has experienced significant growth in the last 20 years directly contributing to the wellbeing of the Canadian economy. As the leading advisors to the mid-market investment funds sector, we are the right partners to bring greater financial clarity and guidance.

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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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    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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