Program Details: Integration is the underlying philosophy of In-Depth, so the program offers an essential blend of: ebook reference materials and elearning modules with assessments social media interaction between students and group leaders traditional classroom lectures context-rich case studies and exercises in facilitated small-group tutorial sessions A strong link to on-the-job experience ties all of this together. Through In-Depth, you will: learn from lecture, tutorial and team leaders with extraordinary technical tax knowledge and a wealth of real-world business experience follow the most current and marketplace-ready curriculum in Canada — a competency-based curriculum built to create the most highly valued professionals in the tax community begin to build a library of comprehensive tax reference materials, annotated with your personal insights and perspectives from In-Depth The In-Depth Tax Course is the same great course that has benefitted over 15,000 professionals and their organizations for over 35 years. It has simply been fine-tuned and enhanced — after an assessment by the Tax Education Task Force — with an updated curriculum and the inclusion of new technologies that improve the delivery of the curriculum and the learning experience. Topics covered Year 1: orientation, research and communications skills for today’s tax professional (ORC): In-Depth orientation tax case analysis and statutory interpretation comprehensive tax research and file processes Canadian tax environment group study 1: individual taxation residency of an individual emigration and immigration — employment income taxable benefits deferring income plans business and property taxation residency of a corporation business income for tax purposes — income vs. capital taxation of professionals capital gains adjusted cost base calculation rules — principal residence designations change in use designations capital gains exemption in-residence 1: revisiting statutory interpretation and case law analysis losses acquisition of control rules corporate taxation — the basics shareholder taxation compensation planning interest deductibility — an introduction taxation of partnerships taxation of trusts tax administration Years 2 and 3: Each of these years has a group study component and an in-residence component. Year 3 also includes a group project. You will receive detailed information about the topics covered upon completion of registration. Topics will include: year 2: affiliated parties and stop-loss rules non-arm’s length transfer and other rules affecting corporate reorganizations principles and objectives of corporate reorganizations business combination basics; amalgamations and winding up year 3: transfer pricing U.S. tax for the Canadian practitioner butterfly reorganizations purchase and sale of a business (advanced topics) year 3 group project: a cumulative assignment that you will complete in this final year of the course to demonstrate your understanding and abilities Who should attend this course: Canadian tax professionals working full time in: Canadian income tax a public accounting firm a legal firm a corporate setting a regulatory or government environment Resources Registration form In-Depth LMS link FAQ Policies Venue You will receive details about specific venues and accommodation options upon completion of registration for In-Depth: ORC sessions will be presented in a number of urban centres across Canada. Group study sessions are provided in over 20 locations across Canada. In-residence sessions will be presented in resort settings in British Columbia, Ontario and Quebec. These centres have been chosen to provide you with a functional and relaxed setting away from your hectic workplace, deadlines and personal responsibilities. It’s the optimal learning environment.