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Beginning in July and continuing throughout 2017, Canadians have seen tax proposals for private corporations announced, rescinded and revised. Find out about the status of the proposals and how to address them with your clients.
In July 2017 the federal government released a paper outlining the targeted strategies and proposals to combat “aggressive” tax planning strategies. The response from the business and tax community resulted in a variety of adjustments to the proposals throughout the week of October 16, including draft legislation to lower the small business tax rate. Join Bruce Ball, vice-president, Tax at CPA Canada, and Jay Goodis, CEO and co-founder of Tax Templates, to learn about the current status of these proposals, how the Joint Committee on Tax is responding and how to address this uncertainty as December 31 approaches.
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Explore proactive tax strategies with one of Canada’s top tax and wealth columnists, Jamie Golombek, to help identify the right approach for you and your clients.
The SBD is back in the spotlight, with recent changes affecting CCPCs and partnerships across Canada. Find out which structures are impacted, the new filing obligations and options for your firm and clients with this free webinar.
Member Development and Support
May 28, 2018
The rapidly evolving pace of technology is changing how we do business. Come together with technology investment decision-makers to develop strategic solutions and explore what the future holds.
October 1, 2018
The ONE is Canada’s must-attend, multi-track CPA event of the year. Stay at the top of your game with future-focused sessions, thought-provoking keynotes, prime networking opportunities and a first-class exhibition floor.
This event has multiple dates and locations. See event details for more information.
Attend the Public Sector Accounting Discussion Group meeting in-person or virtually via livestream. Virtual observers will be able to see and hear the discussion in real time along with those attending in person.