Knowledge Bureau experts to examine issue at workshops in Winnipeg,
Toronto, Calgary, Vancouver and Edmonton
WINNIPEG, Jan. 8 /CNW/ - The stock market meltdown of 2008 destroyed
billions of dollars in shareholder value - and reduced the net worth of
thousands of Canadians.
Many are now struggling with debt.
"The tax consequences of debt management will significantly influence the
financial future of many Canadians," says Alan Rowell, DFA, Tax Services
Specialist and a member of the faculty of The Knowledge Bureau, Canada's
leading educator in tax and financial services.
Mr. Rowell will discuss everything that Canadian accountants, advisors
and wealth managers need to know about the tax consequences of personal and
business debt, highlighted in a compelling case study format.
"Astute tax planning by accountants, working closely with their clients
and their clients' wealth managers, can help mitigate the losses of 2008,"
says Evelyn Jacks, Knowledge Bureau president, tax expert and author.
Ms. Jacks will cover all the changes affecting the 2008 T1 in the
organization's annual Line by Line Update.
It is essential financial information - especially in these volatile
Event: The Knowledge Bureau's Line by Line Tax Update and Debt Management
Workshop. The full-day session runs from 8:30 am to 4:00 pm.
Date City Venue Location
January 9 Winnipeg The Manitoba Club 194 Broadway
January 12 Toronto East Crowne Plaza 1250 Eglinton Ave. East
January 13 Toronto West Crowne Plaza Hotel 33 Carlson Court
January 14 Calgary Carriage House Inn 9030 MacLeod Trail SE
January 15 Vancouver Terminal City Club 837 West Hastings Street
January 21 Edmonton Four Points Sheraton 7230 Argyll Road
The Knowledge Bureau is a national certified post-secondary educational
institute, which provides continuing professional development to practicing
professionals in tax and financial services leading to certification and
designation. For more information, please visit www.knowledgebureau.com.
For further information:
For further information: Media: To arrange an interview with Evelyn
Jacks or Alan Rowell, please contact Marion Trapp at The Knowledge Bureau,