Category Archives: Taxes

What topic would you like TheGAAP.net to present in one of our upcoming workshops?

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If we haven’t had that workshops topic before, and we choose your idea; we will award you two tickets to attend and an exclusive meet and greet with the founder of TheGAAP.net (Paul J. Calleri) shortly following the workshop. TheGAAP.net has just presented: Time Management Solutions for Increased Productivity in February and is back by popular demand on April the

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Principal Residence Reporting:

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On October 3, the Government announced an administrative change to reporting requirements for the sale of a principal residence. The principal residence exemption is an income tax benefit that generally provides you an exemption from tax on the capital gain realized when you sell the property that is your principal residence. Generally, the exemption applies for each year the property is designated

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Business Law and Legal Issues Facing Finance Professionals

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Business Law and Legal Issues Facing Finance Professionals – Workshop CONFERENCE DETAILS Business Law and Legal Issues Facing Finance Professionals is a conference series created to provide CFOs and Finance executives a primer on some of the more common legal issues they will deal with so as to help them process and understand legal agreements dealing with these issues in an efficient manner, freeing

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Transfer pricing/ FAPI rules for Canadian Corporations

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Does your company have foreign subsidiaries?  Do you want to get an update on Transfer Pricing and how to repatriate funds and the tax implications? Find out more from the experts at Gowlings and KPMG.   Come listen to Speakers Joseph Devitt, Partner, Global Transfer Pricing Services, KPMG Canada,  Dale Hill, Partner, Gowling WLG and  Jamal Hejazi, PhD, Chief Economist, Gowling WLG. Topics include Applications of

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Tax & Taxpayers – Final Thoughts for T1s

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RRSP Contributions – just because a taxpayer has made an eligible contribution is no reason to automatically claim the deduction.  If a contribution takes a taxpayer into a lower tax bracket – consider not claiming all of the contribution and using it next year against higher taxable income. Rollovers – Remember that theT2057 is an election for the deemed proceeds

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