Notifiable Transactions, Reportable Transactions and Uncertain Tax Positions: What You Need to Know
Budget 2021 has proposed amendments to broaden the existing reportable transaction regime and to create parallel notifiable transaction and uncertain tax position reporting regimes, with draft legislation to be released in the summer of 2021. These reporting regimes will impose compliance burdens on accountants; failure to comply in a timely fashion may expose both the client and the accountant to stiff penalties. Join Mike Dolson and Perry Kiefer of Felesky Flynn LLP as they examine the draft legislation and review the practical implications for accountants and other professional advisors.
11 Nov 2021, 12:00 PM
1 CPD hours
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About the Instructor(s)
With an emphasis on corporate and international tax planning, Mike advises public corporations, owner-managers, First Nations and public sector bodies on income tax and GST matters.
Mike holds a Bachelor of Laws degree and Master of Laws degree in United States taxation, possessing a deep level of knowledge on cross-border business structures. He brings over 10 years of experience to his role as a partner in Edmonton and is ranked by Canadian Lexpert® and Best Lawyers in Canada as a leading tax lawyer.
An intellectual and inquisitive thinker, Mike’s mastery of tax law enhances dynamic outcomes for clients. As a talented researcher and writer, he spins complex tax jargon into engaging insights. Mike regularly contributes to reputed industry publications and lectures at the University of Alberta.
In his free time, he loves to indulge in fresh pasta at authentic Italian restaurants, while still staying sharp by working out and reading.
Perry is a partner at Felesky Flynn's Saskatoon office, advising on all aspects of corporate and personal tax planning, reorganizations and estate planning. A talented instructor, presenter and author, he conveys complex ideas in a clear and confident manner.
Before joining Felesky Flynn, Perry was a partner at a prominent accounting firm, where he shaped his abilities in tax and financial principles. Fifteen years into his career, he was ready for the next challenge, and earned his Juris Doctor at the University of Calgary.
As the initiator of the CPA Saskatchewan Forum, Perry is actively involved in the CPA community and the education of its members.