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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 , Financial Planning, DAC, knowledge bureau, relationship management, Evelyn Jacks, distinguished advisor conference, financial advisors, wealth management, financial education, tax professionals, innovative thinking, Millennials, leadership, financial conferences, Canadian conferences, Leapreneur, Jan Bartscht, Jessica Macias, robo-advisor, investors
In one of the most talked-about and ground-breaking sessions at this year’s Distinguished Advisor Conference, futurist Jan Bartscht, brought a stark message to the approximately 200 delegates in attendance: you must innovate or die in a stark business reality: 40 per cent of major companies will not survive the digital disruptions of the next five years.
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 , DAC, knowledge bureau, Evelyn Jacks, distinguished advisor conference, financial advisors, ce credits, financial education, tax professionals, fake news, value proposition, Kirk LaPointe, financial planners
Trust. Fake news. Instability. These small words that carry a big punch because they’re emblematic of a new world order and the shifting sands of change. However, during DAC’s first day of presentations, journalist, politician and business leader Kirk LaPointe spoke about how “invested clients” can actually help you beat the disruption that trust failures provide.
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 , Tax Planning, Financial Planning, CRA, taxation, knowledge bureau, Evelyn Jacks, income tax, financial advisors, Canadian taxation, tax education, financial education, tax preparers, CE summits, financial planners, tax deadlines, tax instalment 2018, budgeting
Do you need more cash flow before Christmas? It’s a great question for tax and financial advisors to ask their clients who are pensioners, divorces or proprietors. That’s because the final quarterly tax instalment of the year is coming up soon – December 15 – and with proper planning, it might be avoided.