“As we all transition to a new normal, please know that Knowledge Bureau’s
e-learning campus is open and operating as usual from its fully virtual pandemic requires we take good care in isolation. In these unprecedented times, a renewed focus on your professional education, conveniently online, can also be a stress reliever. We are poised to help.”
- Evelyn Jacks, Founder and President, Knowledge Bureau
We are proud to share new courses offerings as we continuously develop cutting edge and immediately implementable courses for our busy students. That’s what makes a Knowledge Bureau education so relevant and unique. Need something specific that you don’t see here? Please let us know about it.
It’s Leap Year 2020, and it's a day that only comes around once every four years. So, do something remarkable with your education by gaining new credentials to earn a second or independent income, or shore up the skills in your independent practice. But hurry! Take advantage of our Leap Year tuition offer by February 29 to save $595 on any two certificate courses. Our graduates share insights on our four recommended areas of specialization that they believe are Leap Year worthy.
Are financial professionals having the conversations required to prepare clients for Black Swan events that could dramatically change balance sheet valuations? That requires acuity – a sharpness of thought and vision - the theme of this year’s Distinguished Advisor Conference in Niagara Falls, October 28-30. We are now inviting proposals on topics to be delivered by sponsors and partners to the event. Here’s why you should join us.
Did you know about 5 million people in the world have birthdays every four years on a Leap Year? Rumor has it they also have very special powers! With February 29, 2020 just around the corner, we are pleased to share some fun facts about Leap Year with you, along with some special powers to take advantage of our Leap Year Tuition Special, which ends (you guessed it) on February 29!
RSVP now to attend Canada’s premiere and longest running strategic conference for professionals in the tax, bookkeeping and financial services and lock in low tuition rates available to you - our very best clients - before the end of this month. But hurry, those rates will rise on March 1, and as always, you are welcome to custom-design your payment plan.
Filing a tax return is the first (and often most important) financial transaction of the year for most Canadian families. While Canadians love their tax refunds, they won’t start flowing this year until March, as CRA won’t accept your E-filed returns until Monday, February 24 and refunds likely won’t flow until at least March this year. Reality check: tax refunds are a poor financial planning strategy.