The Annual T1 Roundup for 2021 Tax Returns, Live Webinar January 20 Or February 16, 2022

The 2021 T1 personal income tax 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 a better position to prepare your clients’ 2021 personal tax returns as well as review some of the more commonly experienced issues faced by tax preparers. And better yet, you have a choice of dates to attend!

Join Kenneth Keung and Shauna Walsh Cann of Moodys Tax for an overview of key changes from the past year that will impact personal tax return filing including the 2021 Federal Budget 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 2021 taxation year
  • Tax rates, contribution limits, CERB, Canada training credit, abbreviated Declaration of Conditions of Employment for Working at Home During Covid-19 form
  • 2021 Federal Budget Highlights
  • 2021 Provincial Budget highlights
  • Personal tax planning tips
  • Court Case Discussions
     

Target Audience

This webinar will be of interest to accountants, tax practitioners, financial planners, investment advisors, and other financial professionals who face valuation issues.  The presentation will focus on valuation issues relating to equity interests and assets of private companies, but the principles are also relevant to other entities such as unincorporated entities and public companies.


Professional Development Credits

Wolters Kluwer professional development programs are designed to meet the continuing education requirements of a variety of professional associations. These requirements do vary by association and region. Please consult your provincial association to ensure this webinar meets the continuing professional development standards for your specific situation.

Registrations for each Live Webinar are available until the start of each program. We reserve the right to substitute speakers in the case of instructor illness. In the event that we must cancel a Live Webinar, all registrants will be notified immediately and given the opportunity to either transfer their registration to another Live Webinar or a Recorded Webinar or obtain a refund. For all Live Webinars that are recorded, participants will have access to the recording for three months following the Live Webinar. Partial credit will not be awarded for attendees that are not present for the entirety of the Live Webinar. Credit will not be awarded if an attendee does not answer all of the polling questions (where applicable). Additional credit will not be awarded due to the instructor presenting over the allotted time.

This Webinar Includes:

  • 30 days to review the webinar recording
  • Print version of the presentation slides
     

BIOS

Kenneth Keung ca, cpa (co, usa), cfp, tep, llb, mtax is a Director of Canadian Tax Advisory at Moodys Tax Law / Moodys Private Client. Kenneth has been providing his expertise in tax planning to high networth families, private businesses and multi-national enterprises for almost 20 years. His wide-ranging practice includes individual, trust and corporate tax planning, cross-border investments, mergers, acquisitions and divestitures, and estate and succession planning.

Kenneth is a frequent tax blogger and also an award-winning author of a number of published papers. Kenneth has assisted The Joint Committee on Taxation of The Canadian Bar Association and Chartered Professional Accountants of Canada in working with Finance Canada and the Canada Revenue Agency on the development and enforcement of several tax legislation. Kenneth has also facilitated and developed teaching material for CPA Canada’s In-Depth Tax Program since 2009, and is Chair of the Calgary branch of the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioner (STEP). Kenneth is also part of the Tax Technical Committee of STEP Canada, as well as a member of the Board of Director of STEP Canada. Kenneth previously sat on the Program Committees for the Canadian Tax Foundation national and regional conferences, the award committee for the Young Practitioner writing award of the Canadian Tax Foundation, the Technical Knowledge Development committee for the Financial Planning Standards Council, the Steering Committee of the Canadian Tax Foundation Young Practitioners and the Ernst & Young Power & Utilities Industry Committee.