All of us keep up to date in accounting using different methods. Some of us read, some take courses, webinars, etc. and others get their training at work. No matter which way you do it; one thing for sure is we have to keep up to date which again begs the question: How are you keeping up to date onRead more
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Transfer Pricing so you don’t get your company in trouble !!One Week to go!!! Sponsored by: Jeff Gregory
TheGAAP.net & TFN Present: Transfer Pricing so you don’t get your company in trouble !! Sponsored by: Jeff Gregory of Desjardins Financial Security Investments Inc. Free Raffle Prize: Google Home mini At our May 29, 2018 Dinner-Learn what you need to know about Transfer Pricing so you don’t get your company in trouble !! Many of you have worked forRead more
Making meetings much more dynamic – Part 1 of 3 Ah meetings! Good ones can motivate and educate, promote teamwork and keep people on task. You know what poor ones can do. Sadly, the wasted time, frustration and conflict that can arise from bad meetings is experienced much more than the benefits of the good ones. Yet time and againRead more
Excerpt from my book Moving Forward ‘ Get the Triple Effect – Sell your business for 3 x more and 3 x faster.’ If you don’t prepare properly, the fallout will be far worse than you think: 1. Your spouse/family will be left to run or sell the business. Your spouse may be forced to work with your partner. ThatRead more
The current economic downturn in Canada, many public, private and not-for-profit organizations have started to compress its organizational structure with a shift from a traditional stovepipe to a lean flat savvy organization as a way to maximize organizational performance and results. While new government economic initiatives could be just weeks, they could also be months away, so opportunities for thoseRead more
CPA CPD Requirements: How many hours of CPD have you fullfilled? Dec 31st. 2018 is fast approaching; for your 120 hour requirement.
CPA Ontario states that: Annually, CPAs are required to submit a CPD declaration to remain in good standing with CPA Ontario and CPA Canada. The CPD declaration reflects the previous calendar year Jan.1 to Dec. 31. CPD declarations are due June 1. Declarations received between June 2 and June 30 are subject to late fees. Members with outstanding declarations after JuneRead more
Meet & Greet – CPA Toronto Accounting Group The CPA Toronto Accounting Group (CPA TAG) members will work together to build greater successes in our professions by networking, learning, building strategic alliances and forming friendships. CPA TAG is organizing a meet & greet event, open to all, and free entrance. Food and Drink can be purchased from our hosts, MarcheRead more
TheGAAP.net & TFN Present: Cutting Your Supplier Costs Sponsored by: Jeff Gregory of Desjardins Financial Security Investments Inc. Free Raffle Prize: Google Home mini April 24th Dinner Meeting at the Weston Golf and Country Club FIND OUT HOW TO CUT 10-20% IN SUPPLIER COSTS Already doing a good job of managing expenses? BUT, it is possible you’re still leaving moneyRead more
IFRS 9, now effective for annual periods beginning on or after 1 January 2018, requires that you be aware of its effect to implement it. You will have an overview of the changes brought in by the new standard. Although IFRS 9 is very detailed oriented, you will know what areas have been affected, how to look for the changesRead more
TheGAAP.net provides regular reminders to earn your required CPD points. Can those who have missed reporting in the past let the rest know; what happens when you don’t report your required number of CPD points.
CPA CPD Requirements for January 1, 2018 to December 31, 2018 Fast Approaching How are you earning your CPD points? CPA Ontario has many fine webinars, seminars, courses workshops etc. One of the ways I earn my points is reading the CPA magazine. It doesn’t cost anything and there is always something to learn. Another method I use that has no costRead more