Basic understanding of personal and corporate taxation.
Attracting and retaining skilled employees is a critical success factor for most businesses, and most employers provide formal and informal benefits as part of their compensation plans. The morale boost of employee benefits can quickly become a morale bust when employees receive an unexpected tax bill when the Canada Revenue Agency takes an interest. This half-day seminar provides a review of the income tax implications of benefits conferred on employees by their employers, including both owner-managers and arm’s length employees. Participants will enhance their understanding of the income tax issues which arise from various types of benefits, assisting them in assessing the tax-effectiveness of various benefit plans and choices of employment benefits, and ensuring compliance with the tax rules. Participants will also enhance their ability to advise on tax-effective employee remuneration strategies using benefit plans.
Who Should Attend
Employers, and their advisors, who want an understanding of the taxation of employee benefits in general, and of specific benefits which are either common in practice, or have unusual income tax complexities.
Mark Ostry, CPA, CGA
NOTE: Our registration system will be undergoing maintenance, and will not be available Friday January 18, 2019, from 5:00 pm until approximately 9:00 pm.
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