PART 2: December 1, 2016 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM Eastern
Join Martin Rochwerg and Rahul Sharma of Miller Thomson LLP for a practical two-part series on estate and succession planning. The first part of this webinar series will review the "when", "why's" and "how-to's" of implementing estate freezes and the particular use of trusts as part of estate freezes and as tools in succession planning. Part II of the webinar series will explore the implications of succession planning on families, including family businesses, and will highlight and discuss a number of often overlooked considerations, including tax considerations relating to special needs beneficiaries and beneficiaries who are not residents of Canada.
The 2016 "roundup" will provide an overview of important legislative changes, as well as any updates to administrative guidance recently released by the CRA. The webinar will also include discussion on the potential impact of any recent court decisions on the administration of the GST/HST. The webinar's format is designed to present these developments in a clear and practical manner, allowing participants to identify potential issues and take that knowledge back to their own office.
In this webinar, Andrew Bateman, a tax partner with Felesky Flynn LLP, guides us in navigating key tax considerations related to marriage breakdown. Attention must be given to tax positions entered into during marriage, as well as the effects on each party in respect of divorce matters such as spousal/child support and the division of property. Andrew will also highlight some pitfalls to be avoided.
Join Tara Pedersen of BDO for an insightful overview of the income tax implications of benefits and allowances that employers provided to their employees, including those who are owner-managers. The webinar will provide payroll administrators, small to medium-sized business owners and their advisors with a general understanding of when employment benefits are taxable, how to determine the value of these benefits, and when sales taxes and payroll deductions are applicable to these benefits. Understanding the tax consequences of employment benefits will assist in deciding the types of benefits to offer in compensation strategies.
Join the team from Dentons Canada LLP who will discuss the impact of recent changes to the small business deduction and section 55 - dealing with intercompany dividends. They will also candidly review strategy and considerations in other difficult matters, such as conduct reviews or misstatements in tax advice. This webinar should answer a number of your more practical "How do I ..." questions.
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