As part of our US Tax Group, Mark provides US and Canadian tax advice to a wide range of clients, including US citizens living in Canada, Canadians moving to or investing in the US, cross-border estates and trusts, and employees relocating internationally.
Lorraine has practiced as an independent public accountant for over 30 years. She provides accounting, taxation and business advisory services to owner-managed businesses and individuals including members of the legal, dental and medical professions. Her practice specialties include estate, retirement and succession planning. January 10, 2015 Vancouver Sun
Don brings with him over 30 years experience in Canadian and international tax for public and privately held companies and their shareholders. He specializes in numerous industries including real estate, technology and digital media, consumer and industrial products, and shipping. March 22, 2014 Vancouver Sun
DMCL is pleased to announce that Matthew Gosden, CPA, CA was admitted to the partnership effective January 1, 2014. Matt has been with DMCL since 2009, most recently as our director of standards and quality assurance. Matt provides assurance services and guidance on accounting and financial reporting matters to public and private companies. He specializes […]
DMCL is proud to announce a 100% pass rate for our 2013 UFE writers! Congratulations to James Hillier and Divya Patel!
September 10-16, 2013 Business in Vancouver
Dale Matheson Carr-Hilton LaBonte LLP is pleased to announce that Brad Robin, CA, and Harjit Sandhu, CA, were admitted to the partnership effective January 1, 2013. As members of the firm’s Private Enterprise Group, Robin and Sandhu provide accounting, taxation, and business advisory services to owner-managed businesses. Brad Robin has worked with the Vancouver office […]
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The B.C. government introduced legislation on May 14, 2012, to meet government’s commitment to return to the Provincial Sales Tax on April 1, 2013. As committed, the PST is being re-implemented with all permanent exemptions. The government also introduced common-sense improvements that will make administration of the sales tax easier for businesses. Consumers will pay […]
On April 1, 2013, British Columbia will eliminate the 12% harmonized sales tax (HST) and re-implement the 5% goods and services tax (GST) and 7% BC provincial sales tax (PST). Builders need to keep in mind the following issues with respect to the transition: 1. Sales of new homes prior to April 1, 2013 a) […]