Remuneration options for incorporated professionals

To help you understand the various ways Canadian professionals can take money out of their incorporated professional practice, Chartered Professional Accountants of Canada (CPA Canada) is providing you with access to this informative resource on the topic from Grant Thornton LLP.

If you provide accounting services to incorporated professionals, it’s important for you to be able to help them determine the best remuneration approach to meet their professional and personal aspirations. Learn more about this topic so that you can optimally advise your clients with this 2013 report from Grant Thornton, When it’s time for a little payback: Remuneration strategies for incorporated professionals.

You will learn about:

  • the five keys to building your remuneration profile
  • the three different payment options for incorporated professionals
  • minimizing tax with family trusts and corporate beneficiaries
  • allocating corporate expenses
  • ways to optimize your remuneration

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