Ask Your Most Burning Tax Questions at DAW January 17-25Posted: January 10, 2017 By : Knowledge Bureau Staff
Posted in: Breaking News
Precise tax knowledge counts: accurate tax preparation is the goal of every professional tax specialist and it is a tremendous value add for financial advisors and their staff who will field hundreds of calls from their clients this tax season.
The winter edition of Distinguished Advisor Workshops, coming to six cities, begins Tuesday, January 17 in Vancouver. It is still possible to register and save on tuition fees, too.
This is also a great way to earn 10 CE credits and officially start adding value to your client relationships by meeting other professionals you can cross-refer business to. Most important this is your great opportunity to have a full day access to top industry experts, ask your most burning tax questions and learn from peer-to-peer interactions. You’ll learn the latest from CRA on required documentation, tax preparation rules, compliance, audit-proofing and what’s critical in 2017 tax planning for individuals, businesses and multiple generations.
The low tuition fees include a comprehensive Knowledge Journal of over 300 pages of information, which many prior attendees have labelled their “Tax Bible,”. PowerPoint presentations, instruction, certification, accreditation, breakfast, lunch, coffee and a fun wine and cheese reception ends the day with your certification presentation.
Also included are pre-reading in EverGreen Explanatory Notes and the opportunity to build on your knowledge and skills post-session in the comfort of your home or office with special tuition reductions for online courses extended to DAW attendees only at a significant tuition fee saving.
Delegates may join us in four cities: January 17 in Vancouver, January 18 in Winnipeg, January 19 in Edmonton, January 23 in Toronto, January 24 in Ottawa and January 25 in Winnipeg. Please click the following links to check out our cutting-edge agenda and our outstanding keynote speakers, including Evelyn Jacks, Walter Harder and Alan Rowell, who will discuss the following topics:
- Line-by-line Tax Update: What’s New in Personal Taxation?
- Focus on Income, deductions, Schedule 1: Non-refundable tax credits and Page 4 - Refundable Credits
- Focus on T1 Technology with TAXCYCLE – What’s new for Tax Specialists?
- Reporting Principal Residence Dispositions
- Focus on Retirees, Asset Transfers and Final Returns
- Focus on Final Returns
- Tax Case Analysis – Tips and Traps for Professional Advisors
- Income from Property & Investments
- T1135 Filings – New Rules and Forms on Foreign Income Verification
- Focus on the Small Business Owner
To register online or to find out more, click here or call 1-866-953-4769 for assistance. Seating is still available.