In this live 3-hour webinar, we will cover the key corporate tax, form and program changes being implemented in version 1 of CCH iFirm Tax T2 2023 as well as discuss proposed tax changes that may impact your corporate tax planning and future T2 filings.
During the webinar we will review various tax and form changes implemented in the 2.2 version of CCH iFirm Tax T2 2022 (released February 2023) and in version 1.0 of CCH iFirm Tax T2 2023, which is scheduled for release May 19, 2023. This will include a discussion of the new electronic filing option for Form T2054 Election for a Capital Dividend Under Subsection 83(2) as well as new CCH iFirm Tax features.
We will also review other recent status of tabled and proposed tax legislation, provide an update on previously announced tax measures, and highlight the most significant items from the recent Federal and Provincial budgets. In addition, we will provide an update on the filing requirements for corporations under the new Underused Housing Tax.
· Tax and Form changes (Federal and Provincial), including:
o New electronic filing option for the T2054
o Changes to Schedule 200 for the Business Limit Reduction
o Update to Schedule 27 for Qualified zero-emission technology manufacturing (ZETM)
o Improvements to the Schedule 8 Workchart for class 10.1 passenger vehicles
· New iFirm Tax features
· Current Status of Tabled and Proposed Legislation
· Update on the progress of previously announced tax measures
· Highlights from the most recent Federal and Provincial Budgets including recently released draft legislation
· Latest news on the Underused Housing Tax
· Beneficial ownership disclosure
Questions and Comments will be addressed throughout the session via a Q&A text panel
· Understand recent changes to federal and provincial taxes and forms
· Understand the latest changes to tax legislation including draft legislative proposals
· Learn about upcoming issues that may affect corporate clients and their filing requirements
You will require an Internet connection and a phone/voice connection at the same time. Most attendees use their computer for the audio. Participants are able to submit questions and comments during the session via a Q&A text panel. Terms, conditions, pricing and services subject to change.
This webinar will be of most interest to tax practitioners using CCH iFirm Tax T2.
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THIS WEBINAR INCLUDES:
30-days to review the webinar recording
Print version of the presentation slides
PD Certificate for 2 hours
This webinar is being presented by Maureen Vance B. Com., CA, CPA & Sue Deakin, CPA, CA, MAcc
Maureen Vance B. Com., CA, CPA
Maureen obtained her CA with Peat Marwick Mitchell (a predecessor of KPMG) and joined Taxprep (now part of Wolters Kluwer) in 1985. She completed the CICA In-depth tax course in 1991, and since 2002, she has been a consultant to Wolters Kluwer on tax and compliance issues. Maureen researches and writes material on tax planning and compliance and presents seminars and webinars on various tax and software topics to accounting firms across Canada. She is a member of the CRA-CPA Canada Technology Working Group, a contributor to the CPA Canada Tax Risk Management Guide, a contributing author for the Wolters Kluwer publications Preparing Your Corporate Tax Returns and Preparing Your Partnership Returns and a frequent contributor to various other Wolters Kluwer Canada publications, including Tax Topics.
Sue Deakin, CPA, CA, MAcc
Sue is a Professor of Accounting, specializing in tax, in the Lawrence Kinlin School of Business at Fanshawe College in London, Ontario. She also teaches Corporate and Personal Taxation for Nipissing University. Sue earned her undergraduate degree and MAcc from the University of Waterloo and her CPA designation thereafter. She completed her co-op education with Arthur Andersen & Co in Toronto and continued to work at AA& Co. in Taxation upon graduation. She then worked for 15 years as VP Finance in a property management company before pursuing a teaching career. Sue has been assisting with the Wolters Kluwer webinars and seminars since the Fall of 2019.
Assisting Sue and Maureen during the session will be Jenny Lee, CPA, CA, and Senior Training Consultant Gerry Barker.