Most Canadians will qualify for Old Age Security (OAS) payments and possibly Canada Pension Plan (CPP) payments when they are ready for retirement.
However, these programs, which can potentially affect almost all Canadians, are deceptively complicated when it comes to understanding the nuances of the pension entitlements.
Join Maureen Vance CPA, CA for a comprehensive and practical discussion of CPP and OAS payments, including a review of some of the most commonly misunderstood aspects of the programs, such as the CPP “drop-out” provision and maximum survivor benefits.
Case studies will be used to illustrate the various factors that should be taken into consideration when recommending when to start CPP and/or OAS.
· Learn how to calculate the CPP retirement pension
· Understand the implications of the death of a spouse on CPP and OAS
· Be aware of the effect of early or late retirement on CPP entitlements
· Recognize the factors that should impact the decision of when to take CPP and OAS
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 accountants and financial planners advising their clients on retirement planning.
Professional Development Credits (CPE Hours)
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This webinar is being presented by Maureen Vance B. Com., CA, CPA, a tax consultant at Wolters Kluwer Canada:
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.
|Contributors||Wolters Kluwer Tax Law Editors|
|Subject Area||Trusts & Estate Tax|