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    NEW! Online Customer Payments

    Davis Martindale is now accepting online customer payments through BMO, CIBC, Libro Financial, RBC, Scotiabank and TD Canada Trust. To start making payments more easily: Simply log into your banking software or app. Add “Davis Martindale” as a payee. Make a payment by selecting “Davis Martindale” from the payee listing. Enter...

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    2018 Federal Budget

    On February 27, 2018, Finance Minister Bill Morneau delivered the 2018 Federal Budget. In this Tax Update, we provide an analysis of the tax measures introduced. Following the proposed measures for private corporations released on July 18, 2017, a series of modifying announcements during the week of October 16, 2017, and revised draft legislation released...

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    New Partner Announcement

    ANNOUNCEMENT We are pleased to announce Justin Hoffman has joined the Partnership at Davis Martindale, Accountants with Personality. Bruce Barran, Managing Partner of Davis Martindale, states: “each of our partners brings a unique blend of background, education and training to our Firm, and we are elated to have Justin add his to our Partnership team”. J...

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    New Partner Announcement

    ANNOUNCEMENT We are pleased to announce Justin Hoffman has joined the Partnership at Davis Martindale, Accountants with Personality. Bruce Barran, Managing Partner of Davis Martindale, states: “each of our partners brings a unique blend of background, education and training to our Firm, and we are elated to have Justin add his to our Partnership team”. J...

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    Tax Update #6

    On December 13, 2017, the Department of Finance released its long awaited revised legislative tax proposals targeting “income sprinkling” by private corporations. The original July 18th proposals were met with unprecedented criticism and concerns over fairness, complexity and unintended consequences. In response, during the week of October 16th to 20th,...

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