Taxprep T2 Update – with COVID Measures, English – Recorded Webinar Available December 23, 2020

Format: Recorded Webinar
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Corporate Tax & Form Updates for Federal & Provincial forms.

Agenda Outline: (Note – if new topics arise, we will update the agenda)

Corporate Tax & Form Updates for Federal & Provincial forms. Some examples:

New form CO-737.CI (deduction for the commercialization of innovations)
New form CO-17.CE (Online Commercial Activities of a Corporation)
Other New Federal & Provincial forms per your Release Notes
Possibility to attach a document with the Efile transmission of the T106, T1134 and T1135 forms
Electronic signature indicator on the T183 Corp (same as what was done in T1 form T183)
Discussion about the Calculations related to the Immediate Expensing Measure allowing for a deduction of up to $1.5 million for a Canadian-controlled Private Corporations (CCPC)
Current developments in the corporate tax landscape including the status of Federal Budget 2021 given the new government mandate
Overview of Shareholder benefits under Section 15 and temperature of current CRA audits and court decisions 
Schedule 50 CRA reviews and the Small Business Deduction considerations for our clients
Owner-manager compensation issues with the new Passive Income and RDTOH regime
Review of other recently enacted legislation and discussion of potential legislation.

Covid-19 Update for Businesses including:

Advising your corporate clientele how to assess any remaining subsidies and,
How to best support your customers when the CRA Audits appear
Filing Deadlines Review – ensure you know your deadlines

T2-AFR Review – getting the most out of the CRA Download


Can’t make the date of the live session? A recorded version of this virtual seminar will be available for purchase approximately 4 weeks after the original airing.

Target Audience:

This webinar will be of most interest to all professionals that provide corporate tax services to individuals including accountants, tax professionals, lawyers and financial planners.

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This Webinar/Virtual Seminar Includes:

PDF version of the presentation slides

Presenter Information:

This webinar is being presented by Ian DiNovo, CPA, CGA
Canadian Tax Academy - SBC Knowledge Systems Inc
Tax Software Consultant – Wolters Kluwer Canada

Ian DiNovo

Ian DiNovo has been in involved in accounting & public practice for over 20 years, where he has consulted with hundreds of businesses and prepared thousands of Canadian personal and corporate tax returns.

Canadian Tax Academy 

( is a unique and innovative learning enterprise dedicated to passing his knowledge and experience to Canadians through online tutorials and courses. Through various learning platforms, he delivers comprehensive and top-notch courses in the areas of Canadian tax and small business startup.

More Information
Contributors Wolters Kluwer Tax Law Editors
Subject Area Tax Legislation and Updates
Library Tax
Format Recorded Webinar