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Date: May 17th 2018.
Time: Registration and Breakfast from 8.00am. Seminar from 8.30am – 10.30am.
Location: The Vancouver Club, 915 W Hastings St.
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Please join Singleton Reynolds and Crowe MacKay for an informative seminar: Tax Planning Simplified – How to navigate the tax implications following the 2018 Federal Budget
In light of tax proposals in the recently announced 2018 Federal Budget, we’re combining our experience to discuss two significant changes to the taxation of private corporations and their shareholders—the tax on split income rules, and the new passive investment income rules— and how a company can be structured for flexibility.
Garrett Louie, Tax Partner and Devon Huber, Tax Manager at Crowe MacKay along with Alana Dale-Johnson, Partner and Virginia Zhao, Associate at Singleton Reynolds, will discuss:
1. The tax on split income rules (TOSI);
2. The new corporate passive investment income rules;
3. Restructuring considerations in light of the new rules; and
4. The use of family trusts in corporate structuring and their (non-tax) advantages.
Who should attend: professionals with corporations, businesses and individuals with holding or investment companies, family run businesses, and anyone thinking about whether incorporation is right for them.
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