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Centennial 2010
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TAXATION OF EMPLOYEE BENEFITS


Level: Intermediate
Competency: Taxation
Seminar Code: 00164
Format: Half-Day AM
CPD Hours: 3.5
Availability: Spaces available


Register before Mar 12, 2018 and pay the early fee!
Date: Monday, Mar 26, 2018
Time: 8:30 AM-12:00 PM
Location: Delta Edmonton South
4404 Gateway Boulevard
Edmonton, Alberta
Meeting Room: Glacier
Fee Options: Tickets Required: 4 ticket(s)
Fee Required: $290.00 - Early Member
$290.00 - Early Non-Member
$370.00 - Regular Member
$370.00 - Regular Non-Member
Seminar Description: 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 employees who are unrelated to the employer.

Participants will gain an 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. Participants will also enhance their ability to advise on tax-effective employee remuneration strategies using benefit plans.


Prerequisite:
Participants should have a basic understanding of personal and corporate taxation.
Seminar Outline:
  • Income tax treatment of benefits
  • Employee allowances and automobile benefits
  • Goods and services tax
  • Loans
  • Planning opportunities for key employees
  • Other employee benefits
Pre-requisite: Participants should have a basic understanding of personal and corporate taxation.
Who Will Benefit: The seminar is aimed at providing employers, and their advisors, with an understanding of the taxation of employee benefits in general, as well as addressing specific benefits which are either common in practice, or have unusual income tax complexities. With a 2016 Statistics Canada study indicating almost half of the underground economy being made up of labour compensation, including unreported benefits, increased CRA activity in this area as anticipated as they seek out this unreported employment income, estimated at over $20 billion annually.
Seminar Leader(s): MCDONALD, Drew
Special Notes:
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