Misclassification of Workers: When a "Contractor" is Really an Employee & Changes to the Voluntary Disclosures Program
There will be two topics covered during this webinar:
1. Misclassification of Workers: When a "Contractor" is Really an Employee
Speaker: Stuart Rudner, LL.B. of Rudner Law
2. Changes to the Voluntary Disclosures Program
Speaker: Jeremie Beitel, J.D. of Beitel Tax Law
16 Jan 2018, 7:00 PM
2 CPD hours
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Jeremie will present on the changes to the Voluntary Disclosures Program announced in draft in June 2017. These substantial changes will be effective January 1, 2018, and the final versions of the new IC00-1R6 and GST Memorandum 16.5 are expected to be released in the fall of 2017.
The cost of the webinar is $59 (+tax), which you can pay by any credit card. You will earn two hours of PD credits when you register. We are pleased to offer an easy, inexpensive and enjoyable way to meet your PD requirements.
We look forward to seeing you at our upcoming events. Should you have any ideas for topics, speakers, or anything else, feel free to contact Melanie Russell, CPA, CA, CBV, CIM, CFE, CFF, ABV at 416-488-9590 x 225.
About the Instructor(s)
Jeremie BeitelJeremie Beitel is the principal of Beitel Tax Law, a tax disputes and litigation boutique in downtown Toronto. Beitel Tax Law specializes in representing individuals and small and medium size businesses in voluntary disclosures, objections and appeals. Jeremie obtained his Juris Doctorate from the University of British Columbia and is a member of the Law Society of Upper Canada and the executive of the Ontario Bar Association Tax Section.
Called to Ontario Bar: 1999
B.A. (Hons): Industrial Relations: 1996
I am not one of those lawyers that is ideologically married to one side. While many individuals have their rights trampled on, I have also seen employees take advantage of those same rights to the detriment of their employer. I realize that there is good and bad in every group, and that is why my firm works with both employers and employees. We are able to see every situation from both sides.
Since I have also been trained in Alternative Dispute Resolution techniques and act as a Mediator in Employment matters, I am able to see things from a third side: that of a neutral third party, working with those involved to achieve a reasonable resolution to their issues.
I chair and teach at conferences, and I am the founding Program Director of Osgoode Professional Development’s HR Law for HR Professionals course and the co-founding Program Director of their Advanced HR Law for HR Professionals course.
As a firm and with my family, I support a number of worthwhile causes including 360Kids , Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation , United Way, One Voice Network, Job Skills, Family Education Centre, Lawyers International Food Enterprise (LIFE), and Volunteer Lawyers Network. I am currently a member of the HR Committee at 360Kids.
I also believe in giving back to the professional communities that I am part of. Since the start of my career, I have been actively involved in the Canadian and Ontario Bar Associations and have held several leadership positions. I have also volunteered countless hours leading sessions on HR Law topics and serving on committees for the HRPA. Since our firm is based in York Region, I take particular pride in sponsoring the York Region Chapter of the HRPA and presenting an annual Employment Law update for our membership.
With two active children, much of my time is spent in dance studios and hockey arenas (and, of course, in my car driving them to and from games, practices, tournaments and competitions). I am a firm believer in using technology to make my life easier without sacrificing the needs of my clients. Rather than being chained to my desk, I can be out and about with my family. I may be at the rink, but you will find me if you need help.