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Managing Tax Matters in the Midst of the COVID-­19 Pandemic

Mar 6, 2020 COVID-19 Resource Centre

March 26, 2020
1:00 pm EST – 2:00 PM EST
Webinar

To view the recorded webinar click here:

As the COVID­19 pandemic disrupts business operations around the world, in­house tax professionals must strive to adapt to rapidly changing tax requirements and new compliance challenges.

Join McMillan’s Tax Group for a webinar on Thursday, March 26th  as we discuss how to navigate the Canadian tax landscape during this difficult period.

Program Topics:

  • Rapid Responses: New Government Business Tax Measures to Address the Impact of COVID­19
  • Managing Revenue Authority Inquiries and Audits
  • Identifying and Addressing Tax Deadlines
  • Managing Employee Tax Matters
  • Grappling with Valuation Issues/Market Comparables in an Era of Extreme Turmoil
  • “Distress Preferred Shares”: A Forgotten Source of Capital?
  • What’s on the Horizon?

This program qualifies for 60 minutes of Substantive CPD in Ontario and 60 minutes of Substantive CPD in BC. Training for which eligibility has been confirmed by the Barreau du Québec for the purposes of obligatory continuing legal education, for the duration of 1 hour.

Speakers: 

Michael Friedman
Tax Group Leader
Toronto

Adam Gotfried
Counsel, Tax Litigation
Toronto

Michel Ranger
Partner
Montreal

For more information,  please contact [email protected]

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