Lionel Holm has been with Canada Revenue Agency for over 21 years. Lionel has worked in Small and Medium Business Audit, Employer Compliance Audit, Underground Economy Audit, Aggressive Tax Avoidance, Criminal Investigations and is currently one of our most experienced Liaison Officers.
Brittany Coccimiglio has been with Canada Revenue Agency for over 13 years. Brittany has worked in collections department and has recently transferred to the Liaison Officer program.
Gina Loucks has been with Canada Revenue Agency for 9 years. Gina has worked in Revenue Collections as a Collector (8years) and a Technical Advisor (1 year). She has recently taken on a role of in Income Tax Audit as a Liaison Officer.
They will be discussing a number of different programs including:
– Regional Relief and Recovery Fund(Western Economic Development)
– Highly Affected Sectors Credit Availability Program (HASCAP)
– New T4 Year End Filing Requirements
– Canada Summer Jobs Program
– Claiming Employee Home Offices Expenses due to COVID
After completing his undergraduate degree at Carleton University, Ottawa in 2002, Jason worked at a regional firm in Southern Ontario, where he articled for four years. He joined Baker Tilly SK LLP in 2006. Jason obtained his accounting designation in 2007, became a Principal in 2010, and a Partner in 2018. He completed the In-Depth Tax Course in 2013 and focuses his practice on owner-manager taxation issues, including business reorganizations.
He speaks at various seminars and events on succession planning and other taxation matters. His ability to explain tax and accounting concepts in a relatable manner is a talent he honed while teaching at the local college, volunteering with the local theater group, and previously working as a radio disk jockey.
Jason will be presenting on the The Many Faces of Preferred Shares
Preferred shares find their way onto the balance sheet of many farm corporations; but, what are they?
Why are some only worth $1 and why do other balance sheets show a huge number for their preferred shares? Why do we sometimes see preferred shares as a liability and sometimes as an equity?
This short session will help remove the wool from the eyes of financial statement readers, and help them better understand a company’s financial position.