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Posted in: Strategic Thinking, Current Issue , Financial Literacy, knowledge bureau, Evelyn Jacks, federal budget, tax courses, finance minister, tax education, finance canada, financial education, Canadian small business, stock market, 2018 Federal Budget, Moreneau, online education, online campus, US taxation, US tax cuts, Dr Michael Graham
Guest columnist Dr. Michael Graham, two-time guest lecturer at Knowledge Bureau’s Distinguished Advisor Conference, muses about the economic and political volatility of the day and what Canadian investors can expect as March gathers steam, post-federal budget. Early registration for this year’s outstanding 15th Anniversary DAC is March 15 – RSVP now.
Posted in: Strategic Thinking , Financial Literacy, President - Knowledge Bureau, Canada Revenue Agency, Evelyn Jacks, Small Business, federal budget, Tax Reforms, tax courses, finance minister, tax education, Liberal government, Morneau, unfair tax changes, tax workshops, middle class, US tax, budget 2018
Knowledge Bureau has unveiled the comprehensive agenda for the Spring 2018 CE Summit workshops. There are three key reasons to make the time for fast-paced, interactive national event.
Posted in: Strategic Thinking , CRA, knowledge bureau, Canada Revenue Agency, Evelyn Jacks, tax courses, tax education, tax reform, online courses, financial conferences, Canadian conferences, tax workshops, cross-border taxation, US tax, Dean Smith
Knowledge Bureau is pleased to announce that its next professional development days - the CE Summits - will held May 29 to June 6 in Winnipeg, Calgary, Vancouver, and Toronto. Featuring special guest Dean Smith of Cadesky Tax, who will join Evelyn Jacks to discuss post-budget tax reforms in Canada and the U.S.
Posted in: Your Professional Development, Tax Planning , Cross Border Tax, canada us tax
If you are amongst the millions of people living in Canada who are trying to understand what the U.S. tax filing rules are, what they mean and how they could affect you, you need to read Canadians and the IRS. Author Angela Preteau tells why.