|Saskatoon Young Practitioners Group Meeting||2016-09-28||2016-09-28||Changes to the Small Business Deductions
A review of the proposed changes in the 2016 Federal Budget restricting multiple access to the small business deduction
Jaymon Hill, CPA, CA, (MNP LLP)||2016YP-S3
|St. John's Tax Seminar||2016-09-30||2016-09-30||Friday, September 30, 2016 | The St. John`s Tax Seminar is a comprehensive tax update for advisors to owner-managed businesses. ||16STJOHN
|Edmonton Young Practitioners Meeting||2016-10-04||2016-10-04||Small Business Deduction and Eligible Capital Property Amendments • What Young Practitioners Need to Know
Our speakers will review recent amendments and proposed amendments to the Income Tax Act that will have the effect of restricting the availability of the small business deduction and which will replace the existing eligible capital property regime with a new class of depreciable capital property.
Margaret Paproski, CPA, Felesky Flynn LLP
Sean Zubryckyj, Felesky Flynn LLP||2016YP-E3
|Vancouver Young Practitioners Group Meeting||2016-10-05||2016-10-05||Share Attributes and Part VI.1 Tax
Various terms, conditions and agreements in respect of shares can have tax and other legal consequences that may be significant and unexpected. This session will review share attributes and their significance to shareholders and the corporations that issue them. In addition, common shares may be caught by the definition of taxable preferred shares, and the $500,000 dividend allowance is no longer enough to enable the taxpayer to ignore part VI.1. This session will provide a technical refresher on part VI.1 and highlight the broad application of part VI.1, common situations where part VI.1 is overlooked, and ways to avoid Part VI.1.
David Christian , Thorsteinssons LLP
Michelle Chang, Thorsteinssons LLP||2016YP-V3
|Kelowna - Kamloops Young Practitioners Group Meeting||2016-10-14||2016-10-14||Tax changes highlighted at the CTF Conference
- Net Worth Income Tax Audits
Glen Jackson, Canada Revenue Agency||2016YP-K2
|Ottawa Young Practitioners Group Meeting||2016-10-18||2016-10-18||Client privilege and confidentiality: how can CRA access your client’s files, and what can you do to protect them
In this session, our senior panelists will cover what kinds of client information the CRA can access at all stages of a tax file, from audit to appeals to court, and how practitioners can protect that information from being disclosed. The session will cover topics such as how to handle CRA requests for information, how to properly use client privilege to protect information from being disclosed to CRA, and how to work with CRA and the Department of Justice so that the proper information gets shared with the government.
Chairs: Joel Kom and Nick Korhonen
Roger Taylor, EY Law LLP
Brandon Hodge, MNP LLP
Daniel Bourgeois, Department of Justice Tax Law Services||2016YP-O3
|Revenu de Société Déterminé||2016-10-19||2016-10-19||Revenu de société déterminé - le 19 octobre 2016
|2016 Ontario Tax Conference||2016-10-24||2016-10-25||October 24 & 25, 2016 |
The Ontario Tax Conference is the definitive tax-planning conference for advisers to owner-managed businesses||16OTC
|2016 Ontario Tax Conference - LIVE WEBCAST||2016-10-24||2016-10-25||The Definitive Tax-Planning Conference for Advisers to Owner-Managed Businesses.
|2016 Atlantic Provinces Tax Conference||2016-11-04||2016-11-05||The Atlantic Provinces Tax Conference is a regional two-day conference dedicated to keeping tax practitioners informed on region-specific topics and issues.||16APTC
|Vancouver Young Practitioners Networking Event||2016-11-10||2016-11-10||Please join us for a night of networking, video games, and trivia. The Canadian Tax Foundation will be hosting an event at EXP Restaurant and Bar on Thursday, November 10th, where you will have a chance to meet Vancouver's up-and-coming tax practitioners as well as some of the leaders in the tax community.
Register early to avoid disappointment. Space for this event is limited.||2016REC-V3
|Conséquences Des Nouvelles Règles||2016-11-17||2016-11-17||Conséquences insoupçonnées des nouvelles règles - Le 17 novembre 2016
|Board of Governors Mentorship Dinner Gala||2016-11-26||2016-11-26||Young Practitioners will have the opportunity to interact with mentors - tax accountants, lawyers, tax executives, senior officials with Justice and the CRA, judges from the Tax Court and the Federal Court of Appeal, and leading academics.
Registration to the 68th Annual Tax Conference is not required in order to attend this event. Please pass this email along to any interested colleagues.
Cocktail Reception begins at 6 pm Dinner begins at 7 pm
|68th Annual Tax Conference||2016-11-27||2016-11-29||The Annual Tax Conference provides a forum for senior tax practitioners and senior government officials to share their experience and discuss their reactions to current tax issues and challenges. Three days of technical programs offer a combination of workshops, plenary and breakout sessions designed to bring the tax practitioner up to date on the latest developments. ||16AC