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Learn about basic tax concepts, how the Income Tax Act classifies different sources of income in order to identify when an asset should be discounted for tax, how to minimize taxes when structuring a transfer of land or business in your family property settlement, the difference between tax credits, benefits, deductions, and amounts, and how changing parenting arrangements during the pandemic could affect their calculation.
Price: $95 + GST | Original Date: July 14 2020
Spencer Ord, MBA, CPA, CA, CBV, CFF, National Deputy Leader, Disputes, Deloitte LLP
Richa Bhagrath, CBV, Senior Manager, Valuations & Modelling at Deloitte LLP
This Webinar on Demand explores how to identify irregularities in financial statements. Gain a better understanding of how to uncover transactions and balances that are “managed” or manipulated. Review examples of the typical hot spots and learn to uncover irregularities or build evidence to establish your client’s position.
Price: $95 + GST | Original Date: June 15, 2020
Elizabeth Aspinall, Law Society of Alberta
Nathan Lee, CompuVision
Identify the risks and benefits associated with the use of technology in your practice. Explore the changes to the Law Society of Alberta’s Code of Conduct addressing technological competence. Consider cybersecurity issues and walk away with tools to help you stay up-to-date and in compliance with your professional obligations.
Price: $95 + GST | Original Date: June 11, 2020
Presenter: Gordon P. VanderLeek, VanderLeek Law
This Webinar on Demand will examine the rules under the Adult Guardianship and Trusteeship Act and the regulations relating to applications for a review of accounts. Review the statutory and fiduciary obligations of a trustee and options for informal accounting. Discuss the application process, including ‘when’ and ‘how’, common mistakes made on accounting applications, and what to expect when your application is disputed.
Presenter: John-Paul E. Boyd QC, John-Paul Boyd Arbitration Chambers
Child support for adult children was once limited to cases involving ill or disabled children and those attending full-time post-secondary education. Those limits have been steadily eroded over the past two decades. Discuss the case law expanding the entitlement of adult children. You can no longer assume that an adult child who isn’t ill, disabled, or a student has no entitlement to support.