T2 Tax Course for Small Business Features Updates on Morneau’s Tax Changes

On July 18, 2017, Finance Minister Bill Morneau released a series of tax proposals which, if enacted, will have severe repercussions on Canadian private family businesses and their shareholders. Tax and financial advisors need to be aware of these proposed changes and understand what impact they will have on their clients before year end. Knowledge Bureau is pleased to announce it has published a newly revised online certificate course in T2 tax preparation and planning to help advisors get up to speed on the impact of these tax reforms.

DAC 2017: It’s All About the Speakers

Over the next several weeks, we will be acquainting you with the phenomenal speakers who will be sharing their thought leadership at this year’s Distinguished Advisor Conference.

CE Summits: Go for Two or More and Save!

Did you know that you can save a bundle if you register for two or more of the upcoming CE Summits?

Hurry, Summer will soon be over — and so will the savings!

There has never been a better time to register for your summertime learning! Register before September 15 to save on tuition.

Win your way to DAC 2017!

It’s been a couple of months since we last ran our trivia contest for a chance to win attendance at the upcoming Distinguished Advisor Conference in Kelowna on November 5-8. So here is the question for August:

The New CE Summits are still the “Best Ever”!

Back in June, we told you that our popular Distinguished Advisor Workshops (DAW) were being renamed to CE Summits to bring you even more expert ideas. In case you missed it, here's everything you need to know:

DAC 2017: Frankly, the best conference you’ll attend this year!

Be sure to make room on your calendar to join us this fall in Kelowna, November 5-8, for the absolute best educational experience of the year, packed with cutting-edge programs. 
Knowledge Bureau Poll Question

Do you agree with the federal government’s decision to discontinue the sale of Canada Savings Bonds (CSBs) and Canada Premium Bonds (CPBs) as of November 2017?

  • Yes
    104 votes
  • No
    54 votes