In-depth international tax

Boost your knowledge of the fundamental tax issues facing Canadian multinational corporations with foreign operations by attending our in-depth, on-site course.

Event Details

Location and date:
Niagara Falls September 17-21, 2016

Building on the international tax concepts covered in the In-Depth Tax Course, this in-residence course will expand your knowledge of the basic issues surrounding the taxation of foreign operations. Learn about the most effective strategies to minimize tax for businesses that operate internationally or are considering expansion outside of Canada.

NOTE: Some preparatory work will be required, including online studies and reading prior to classroom sessions.

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Additional options and pricing may be available. See pricing and registration for more details.



$3,495.00

25 CPD hour(s)
Pricing & registration

You will learn about:

  • foreign accrual property income (FAPI)
  • deemed active business rules
  • computation of surplus
  • foreign affiliate (FA) reorganizations
  • foreign affiliate (FA) financing
  • partnerships
  • inbound taxation

Who should attend?

Tax professionals who:

  • would like a comprehensive overview of Canada’s international tax system
  • advise corporations on cross-border taxation issues
  • consult for specialized advisory firms or general firms with cross-border client files
  • are responsible for the internal international taxation of Canadian businesses
  • work in a government setting that deals with international tax for Canadian businesses

Prerequisites:

  • completion of our In-Depth Tax Course or equivalent
  • full-time employment in an international tax specialty group or at least two years of work experience on a full-time basis after the In-Depth Tax Course

Professionals who do not meet these requirements may be admitted by special request.

More Details:

Session Descriptions

Introduction to course
Lecture

Reception

Introduction to FAPI
Lecture

Tutorial for session 2
Tutorial

Introduction to surplus
Lecture

Lunch

Tutorial for Session 3
Lecture

FAPI recharacterization rules
Lecture

Tutorial for session 4
Tutorial

Surplus part II
Lecture

Tutorial for session 5
Tutorial

Foreign affiliate financing
Lecture

Lunch

Tutorial for session 6
Tutorial

Partnerships
Lecture

Tutorial for session 7
Tutorial

FA reorganizations part I
Lecture

Tutorial for session 8
Tutorial

FA reorganizations part II
Lecture

Lunch

Tutorial for Session 9
Tutorial

Inbound taxation
Lecture

Tutorial for session 10
Tutorial

Department of finance discussion forum
Lecture/Panel

Venue[s] and Accommodation[s]

Venue[s]:

Sheraton on the Falls
Sheraton on the Falls
5875 Falls Ave., Niagara Falls, ON L2G 3K7
t.:1-888-229-9961


Frequently asked questions:
Participants are required to live in-residence during the course. Your accommodations will be pre-booked on your behalf by CPA Canada. You are responsible for settling accounts (that is, accommodations and incidentals) directly with the hotel/resort. Late arrivals, early departures and “no-shows” will be charged for the full hotel reservation.

All participants are required to bring the latest edition of the Income Tax Act to the course site.

Participants should also have ready access to one or more of the recognized tax services at their offices for any advance preparation.

Getting your CPD credits:

Earn 25 CPD credits by attending the course in person.

Contacts

Please contact:

CPA Canada Professional Learning and Development Customer Service
Tel: 1-888-337-3242
Email: pld@cpacanada.ca

Sheri Price, program manager, Tax Education, Professional Learning and Development
Tel: (416) 204-3425
Email: sprice@cpacanada.ca

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