Baker Tilly Canada continues a federal budget tradition


TORONTOMarch 12, 2019 /CNW/ – With the release of Budget 2019 fast approaching, Baker Tilly Canada is preparing to once again provide Canadians with expert budget analysis. Earlier this year, Collins Barrow rebranded to Baker Tilly, a move that embraced the power of global perspectives and connections. However, the tradition of providing commentary and thought leadership on tax and financial measures emerging from the budget remains a priority and source of pride for the all-Canadian network. As leaders in audit, tax and advisory services, Baker Tilly Canada is eager to once again share insight on Budget 2019 – with clients and Canadians from coast to coast.

Baker Tilly invites Canadians to join ‘BT Budget Watch’ (CNW Group/Baker Tilly Canada Cooperative)
Baker Tilly invites Canadians to join ‘BT Budget Watch’ (CNW Group/Baker Tilly Canada Cooperative)

In the leadup to the release, Baker Tilly is providing commentary on key areas to watch and invites Canadians to join “BT Budget Watch” to receive valuable analysis. As always, Baker Tilly Canada plans to offer a robust suite of dynamic content once the government tables Budget 2019 on March 19, 2019. Tax experts will be available to speak with media at this time and in advance of the budget.

“As the government prepares to release Budget 2019, we join the Canadian business community in anticipation of potential changes to tax measures and other financial policies,” says John Oakey, Baker Tilly Canada’s National Director of Tax Services.

“Our recent rebrand has allowed us to augment the value we provide to clients in all industries, while our investment and dedication to local markets across the country, through initiatives like ‘BT Budget Watch,’ continues to be foundational to our all-Canadian network. We look forward to building on the tradition of helping Canadians and cross-border clients understand the impacts of the federal budget, ensuring their businesses can continue to thrive in today’s rapidly changing market.”

Members of the media who are interested in pre-budget commentary or to arrange an interview to discuss the budget once it has been released are invited to contact Baker Tilly Canada’s media representative.

In the interim, visit the “BT Budget Watch” digital hub here.


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