The Annual T1 Roundup for 2020 Filing, Recorded Webinar Available February 4, 2021

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The 2020 T1 season is almost upon us and so it’s time for tax return preparers to get updated again on all the current issues that may impact their clients’ tax returns. This webinar will get you in position to prepare your clients’ 2020 personal tax returns as well as review some of the more commonly experienced issues faced by tax preparers.

Join Wilson Yu and Mary Jane Miller of Crowe Soberman LLP for an overview of key changes from the past year that will impact personal tax return filing including the 2020 Economic Statement and provincial budgets, relevant CRA announcements and pertinent court cases. The webinar will also cover some other planning and administrative tips that are integral to personal taxation.

The webinar will include the following topics:

  • What’s new for the 2020 taxation year
    • tax rates, contribution limits, CERB, Canada training credit, abbreviated Declaration of Conditions of Employment for Working at Home During Covid-19 form
  • 2020 Federal Economic Statement Highlights
    • employee stock options changes;
    • simplified process in 2020 to claim home office expenses;
    • introduction of a tax on foreign-owned domestic housing units
  • 2020 Provincial budget highlights
  • Personal tax planning tips
  • Court Case Discussions

Target Audience

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


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