“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.
This year’s DAC Conference brings together an esteemed faculty of speakers whose thoughtful focus will be on rebuilding financial confidence for the thousands of clients the audience will serve this year. It’s a groundbreaking and must-attend event, and the only one-of-its kind for tax, bookkeeping and financial advisors who wish to meld skills and collaborate to raise the bar in providing high value services to their clients. Featured topics and speakers are:
Knowledge Bureau is pleased to recognize the achievements of its graduating class July 2019- June 2020 at the Virtual Distinguished Advisor Conference (DAC), October 28-30. Be sure to find yourself and/or your colleagues and friends on the honor roll and graduating class list of Designates below. Congratulations are in order for all!
Check out our new calendar for your fall studies. Now is the time to enrol to study on your own time with online training or try and interactive Virtual Class Option. Act by September 15 to take advantage of early registration offers.
The agenda is amazing and so is the innovative virtual fun factor at DAC Acuity 2020! You are in store for the outstanding educational experience DAC delegates have come to rely on, including the pre-approved CE Credits. But this will be the most memorable virtual conference you will have attended this year. Early registration ends September 15. Here’s the cast and the program guide to this incredibly innovative event:
The financial fallout of the Pandemic will manifest itself in several ways this fall: tax auditing for individuals receiving the CERB and EI payments, estimated Canada Child Benefits, OAS and other government benefits, tax audits for businesses receiving wage subsidies and GST/HST tax filing relief as well as personal and business bankruptcy. As important, financial distress relating to family health care is at the forefront of planning. Learn more at the next Virtual CE Summit on September 30!