Friday News Roundup 21.03.05: Missing millions, farewell PAC, CPA complaint get personal and more

Wrapping up the odds and ends in this week’s Canadian accounting news
Transfer Pricing

Key takeaways from Supreme Court's termination of Cameco transfer pricing saga

The gulf will continue to grow between Canadian tax law and OECD Transfer Pricing Guidelines, says Steve Suarez of Borden Ladner Gervais LLP

Business valuation, climate change guide published by CPA Canada, A4S partners

The A4S Essential Guide to Valuations and Climate Change is part of The Prince of Wales’s Accounting for Sustainability Project
Thought Leaders

Nova Scotia first province to report Key Audit Matters in Auditor General report

KAM will provide Nova Scotians with context and transparency

Long Read: Why the Deloitte Canada – MNP deal makes sense for both firms

Beyond the financial details, both accounting firms are building on recent success

Tax season off to rocky start at CRA say Canadian accountants

Call centre outsourcing and cybersecurity concern tax professionals

Receipt Bank passes 1 million users, reinforces commitment to accountants with rebrand to Dext

CEO hails growth fast track, by making accountants "productive, profitable and powerful"
Thought Leaders

The myth of CERB forgiveness

Critics of CERB forgiveness miss the point, says Allan Lanthier, FCPA, FCA

An Alternative Exit Strategy

Accounting law firms might become a leading alternative exit strategy for legal practitioners and small law firms, explains Stephen Mabey, CPA, CA

Transfer pricing in the time of COVID-19

How the consequences of COVID-19 impact TP reporting and compliance is complex, say Claire M.C. Kennedy and Hennadiy Kutsenko of Bennett Jones