New Voluntary Disclosure Program by the CRA
New Voluntary Disclosure Program by the CRA covered Comparative review: old vs new regimes, Practical takeaways and much more.
Voluntary Disclosure Program offered by the CRA changed drastically on March 1, 2018. Advisors to clients wishing to disclose tax oversights or errors will need to understand the tighter conditions that now need to be met to qualify for the program.
Join the professionals from Miller Thomson LLP for an informative walk-through with practical guidance on the new program. Changes to the program mean that many taxpayers are no longer permitted to participate in the program and place new constraints on those that can. Inevitably, a segment of taxpayers will always need a path to normalize their tax filings.
The CRA has removed incentives for many of them to do so. Let this walk-through identify paths that remain.
More specifically, topics covered will include:
- Comparative review: old vs new regimes
- Proper understanding of new tracks
- Professional observations: pitfalls and constraints
- The Good, the Bad, the Unknown, and the Alternatives
- Practical takeaways
- Key docs for the practitioner: hyperlinks to forms (fillable), publications, and commentary
This webinar will be of most relevance to accountants, tax practitioners and lawyers practicing independently or in small to medium firms, and may also be of interest to other professionals involved in tax planning and the preparation of tax returns.
Professional Development Credits
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