Our seminar helps to provide an understanding of the overall multi-tiered Canadian income tax system, in particular clarifying the use of a Family Trust and Holding Company structure for business owners, to aid in developing a better tax planning structure for entrepreneurs who are in business.
Participants who have attended our seminar have found the information to be very useful and easy to understand, with comments such as the following: “An excellent evening, very well organized, professionally presented and enlightening information.” “Every growing business needs to consider the information provided in this seminar.” “Smart money planning strategies to keep more of what you earn.” “Very informative in a relaxing atmosphere, excellent presentation in plain English.”
The format is a small group in a business casual environment. The small group environment allows for questions and interaction between the participants. Here’s a bit more information on the seminar…
Tax Planning for Entrepreneurs
Would you like to learn more about never paying a tax rate higher than 20% - even if you earn in excess of $100k per year? Then you should join us for our next evening session to discuss “Tax Planning for Entrepreneurs”. Avisar Chartered Professional Accountants has developed an informative and interesting presentation geared towards individuals operating their own businesses. Some of the questions that will be touched upon in our presentation, include:
Do you really understand the term “tax bracket”?
How do personal tax rates compare with that of a corporation?
Does your family income from your corporation consist of a combination of salaries and dividends? Should it?
Do you have questions about income splitting and its benefits for you and your family?
Do you understand the potential tax savings available by way of properly utilizing a Family Trust?
Have you ever wondered if you are capitalizing on the income that your business is generating?
Do you have the right corporate structure in place to pay the least amount of tax?