This spring, our Cantax seminars will consist of two different sessions at each location: morning and afternoon.
To better meet your professional development needs, you can choose to register for any one of the following:
We will discuss the highlights from the Federal budget tabled on March 22, 2017 as well as provincial budgets and how that may affect your current and future corporate tax returns.
During the seminar, we will provide an in-depth review of the tax and form changes being implemented in the upcoming Cantax T2 program.
In addition, we will also focus on the following topics:
We will examine such issues as how to handle incorporation costs, dealing with a roll-over from a proprietorship, preparing the initial Schedule 101, and the appropriate tax treatment when the personal assets such as vehicles are used in the start-up.
We?ll review the calculation of new class 14.1 and issues relating to the transition from CEC to class 14.1, including examples of the transitional calculations in Cantax.
Are you getting the most out of CANTAX T2? There are numerous features in CANTAX that can help you prepare and review your corporate returns and users are often unaware of many of them. We?ll highlight ten of our most useful features along with examples of how to put these features to use in your returns.
While we realize that the last thing you may want to talk about in May are personal tax returns, what better time to review your tax season and plan for next year than while it is still fresh in your mind? During the afternoon workshop, we will have a guided discussion about your tax season experiences and explore best practices that you can implement to make next tax season even smoother and more profitable.
In addition, we?ll discuss what happens after April 30th, including reviewing recent changes in filing amended T1 returns. And we will explore how to deal with post-assessment reviews, including identifying the most common post-assessment review requests, what documents will be needed, responding to requests and tips for anticipating which clients will be targeted.
Did you know that Cantax includes a number of tax and wealth planners to assist in offering both tax and financially planning services to your clients? We?ll show you how they work and run through some case studies to illustrate how you can use these tools to generate additional revenue.
Since 1997 Leigh has been the owner/manager of her own Tax & Bookkeeping and Consulting Service in Winnipeg. She has been preparing income tax for over 20 years and has also taught as a tax instructor. She also consults to a range of business and government agencies.
Gerry Barker has been involved in the tax software and service industry since 1986, when he started as an Account Manager in Winnipeg. Since then, he has provided customer service, technical support, management, and training to accounting and tax firms across Canada.