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Posted in: Strategic Thinking, Current Issue , CRA, knowledge bureau, Evelyn Jacks, tax courses, financial advisors, ce credits, year-end tax planning, financial education, tax preparers, CE summits, tax proposals, Liberal government, Larry Frostiak, Morneau, taxation of private corporations, tax issues, small business taxation, financial workshops, passive income taxation, corporate valuation, Frostiak and Leslie Chartered Accountants
The tax proposals introduced on July 18, 2017, are complex and continue to evolve, promising some mind-numbing complexing for business clients. Tax and financial advisors need to gain a thorough understanding of the intricacies of these proposals in order to reduce the impact on their clients. The November CE Summits will address this need, in a focused session featuring family business tax expert Larry Frostiak. Note - Registration ends today, November 15.
Posted in: Strategic Thinking , Tax, Financial Planning, CRA, knowledge bureau, Evelyn Jacks, tax courses, financial advisors, ce credits, financial education, tax preparers, tax professionals, small business taxation, year-end planning, financial workshops
The consultations for the 2018 federal budget are officially underway today; yet advisors working with small business owners are yet to decipher the difficult proposals for private corporations to advise on appropriate actions before the end of the year. Don’t miss the opportunity to expand your knowledge with top experts at the CE Summits, visiting four Canadian cities from November 21 to 28, 2017.
Posted in: Strategic Thinking , knowledge bureau, Evelyn Jacks, financial advisors, wealth management, financial services, entrepreneur, thought leadership, business development, leadership tips, tips for entrepreneurs, small business owners, developing your business, authentic leadership, inspiring leadership, future-proof business, influential leadership, business growth, inspiration, disruptors, business leadership, culture, continuity, disruption, change management, aspiration
Leadership matters, especially when you consider all the disruptions that appear at your business doorstep every day. How to survive them? Lean into them! In fact, there are seven key disruptors you must address immediately with your team if you are concerned about successfully growing your business to the next level.
Posted in: Strategic Thinking , knowledge bureau, succession planning, Evelyn Jacks, Small Business, ce credits, tax course, tax preparation for proprietorships, income splitting, financial education, CE summits, business development, intergenerational issues, income sprinkling, family businesses, business builders, small business taxation, business succession, lifetime capital gains exemption, family debt management, year-end planning, tax workshops, Advising Family Businesses
Statistics show that only 30 per cent of businesses are transitioned to the next generation. However, we’re entering a time when family businesses are going to play a much more integral role in economic growth and development. Why is this, and what does that mean for advisors and tax professionals?
Posted in: Strategic Thinking , taxation, knowledge bureau, Evelyn Jacks, Small Business, tax courses, tax changes, financial education, tax reform, entrepreneur, Liberal government, Fall Economic Statement, Finance Department, Canada Child Benefit, Working Income Tax Benefit, 2018 Federal Budget, Moreneau
On October 24, 2017, Finance Canada issued the Fall Economic Statement, which forecasts better-than-expected economic growth, at least in the shorter term. The resulting increase in tax revenues have blessed the department with new funds for spending priorities; notably to help families with children and the working poor.
Posted in: Strategic Thinking , Tax Planning, CRA, knowledge bureau, Canada Revenue Agency, Small Business, tax changes, income splitting, tax education, entrepreneur, CE summits, Walter Harder, income sprinkling, capital gains deductions, reasonableness test, taxpayers
The federal government has recently back-tracked on their plan to limit access to the capital gains deduction available to shareholders in a family business corporation, and that’s a very good thing, as the proposals would have cost family businesses a lot of money.