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Strengthen your knowledge of international tax concepts with our comprehensive in-residence course on Canada’s foreign affiliate rules.
The 2016 program will be posted soon.
In order to minimize unnecessary costs, multinational organizations with foreign operations need to navigate international business tax issues with care.
Build on your knowledge base from the In-Depth International Tax course and join our in-residence program in Niagara Falls to take your learning to the next level.
Our senior faculty will provide you with advanced-level instruction on complex foreign affiliate issues, including structuring, reorganizations and the use of partnerships. Participants will work through examples involving characterization and interpretative questions.
Additional options and pricing may be available. See pricing and registration for more details.
This course is ideal for tax professionals who have a strong working knowledge of foreign affiliate rules or who want to increase their knowledge in this area. This includes practitioners who:
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Sheri Price, program manager, Member Development and Support
May 25, 2020
COVID-19 UPDATE: Your health and safety are very important to CPA Canada. Out of an abundance of caution, the National Technology Forum will be postponed and rescheduled for a later date. This measure follows current public health guidelines on large gatherings to reduce any potential risk of exposure to the coronavirus. More information will be posted here once available. If you have already registered for the forum, we will be in touch with you soon.
March 18, 2020
The federal government’s actions and fiscal support to address the widespread and devastating economic fallout of the COVID-19 pandemic are welcomed by Chartered Professional Accountants of Canada (CPA Canada).
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