CPA SK Courses


The 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.

This course will provide a detailed review of the key tax accounts for private corporations and tax planning where multiple tax accounts can either be used or impacted.

Professional accountants are often engaged by their clients to assist with transactions designed to accomplish objectives such as creditor-proofing, estate planning, corporate restructuring etc.

The half day seminar aims to develop and enhance the audit committee member’s understanding of their responsibilities and how to effectively contribute to the overall governance of the organization.

The highly interactive half day workshop aims to develop and enhance the financial professional’s ability to ask the right questions in order to make effective financial decisions.

The aim of this one day interactive course is to enable finance professionals to reach mutually agreeable internal business solutions by thinking and acting for the long term success of negotiated outcomes.

This session explores some of the unique governance challenges facing NPOs and is built around CPA Canada’s “20 Questions Directors For Not-For- Profit Organizations Should Ask” series.

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