Free Food: Register by Dec 15 for January 19 T1 Advanced Tax Update

Trouble finding qualified help for tax season?  Canada’s most comprehensive and popular advanced personal tax update is now taking registrations for the January 19 Virtual event featuring what our delegate call the “Tax Bible” – the comprehensive desk top reference coveted by tax and accounting professionals from coast to coast.  Train new and returning  staff in a new and improved hybrid live and online course that will help you to shake out the cobwebs and drill down on the detailed tax theory  or “dark horses” as well as all news from CRA and Finance Canada for filing 2021 tax returns.   Register by December 15 and receive a free lunch!

You’ll love the tax quizzes and Essential Tax Facts throughout the day. Plus there is ample opportunity for networking with delegates from coast to coast.   At our last two CE Summits, attendees enjoyed a  “Let’s Talk” networking session;  many told us they were having a hard time finding qualified staff in anticipation of tax season 2022. 

Your investment in training with Knowledge Bureau will bring peace of mind but it  means a commitment to knowledge and preparation are key to beating tax time staff shortages.  Join us at this live virtual event for a full day of learning, or if you can’t attend, join us online for the DFA-Tax Services Specialist™ Designation Program.  You can Mix and Match courses according to the skill sets in your office. 

Here’s an outline of what’s on the CES January 19 agenda so far – check out our interactive online version for more details:


  • Personal Tax Update: What’s New in Personal Taxation
  • Focus on Employment Income, Deductions and Credits
  • Focus on Retirees with Pensions, Pension Income Splitting, Death of a Taxpayer
  • Focus on Use of Personal Residences
  • What’s New at the CRA for 2022
  • Focus on Income Property and Investments
  • Focus on Business Owners
  • Cross Border Issues
  • Optimizing Life Transitions

Everything is Included for a Full Professional Training Experience:

  • Part 1: The Virtual Instructor-led session on January 19. Attend and earn 10 CE credits. Recordings will be available after as part of the online course.
  • Part 2: Knowledge Bureau’s online Advanced T1 Tax Update course and line-by-line reference guide. Completion date is February 28. Earn 20 CE credits.
  • Certification and accreditation

“What a great summit! It has really shown me where my knowledge gaps lie and furthered my thirst to keep shrinking them with Knowledge Bureau. I really look forward to the next one!” – Dustin Burke

“This was a great, very informative summit!  Answered a lot of my questions and gave me points to touch on with my clients.” – Cathy Losing

Additional educational resources: Funding may be available, too! Retrain Manitoba is offering a grant, and other provinces have similar programs in place.