Join us for the Executive Tax Adventure 2018 in Santiago, Chile!
FEE (COURSE ONLY)
Per registrant $1,887 CAD
Travel and accommodations are the responsibility of the course registrant. See here for recommended accommodation.
EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT
Save $60 CAD by registering before July 31, 2018.
Save $300 CAD by booking your hotel accommodations at the Renaissance Santiago Hotel through our Group account. Click here for details
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Registration closes October 15, 2018
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WHY TAKE AN ADVENTURE?
Step away from the day-to-day and immerse yourself in 3 solid days of tax updates and excellent conversation with senior public practitioners from across Canada.
This fast-paced and highly detailed course offers hundreds of practical insights and suggestions in a simple and straight-forward manner.
In addition to the past year’s tax changes and their implications, a special discussion on estate planning and migration will be included.
With consistently high ratings from attendees (4.76/5 by Tax Adventure 2017- Florida Registrants), you can rest assured that this session will offer you a strong and effective base for the upcoming season of tax planning and compliance
Small class size! Limited to the first 50 registrants.
- 450+ pages of detailed notes (plus links to source documents)
- Professional Development Certificate - 20 hours
- Video interviews by knowledgeable tax specialists
- Integration tables
- Networking Reception on December 4, 2018. Each registrant is encouraged to bring 1 guest.
- Light lunch for all 3 days
Designed for Canadian senior accounting, financial and legal practitioners.
- New income splitting rules; corporate passive investment income rules; small business deduction rules; planning and compliance of intercorporate dividends (Section 55); trust and estate planning rules; planning in the new United States regime; real estate and principal residence tax rules; remuneration strategies for owner-managers; tax effective remuneration for employees; 2018 federal and provincial budget changes; CRA administrative changes and initiatives; divorce and family changes; buying and selling a business; charities and NPOs; employer/employee issues; GST/HST; and various personal tax credits and deductions.
- Special discussion on estate planning and migration.