BDO Offers Tax Seminar
Join us in our regular series of webinars that focuses on tax issues of interest to private corporations and their owners.
Shareholder agreements and related tax issues â€“ Where shares of a private corporation are held by more than one shareholder, it is important to use a shareholder agreement to set key rules for share ownership. In addition, there are a number of common shareholder agreement provisions that have specific tax implications. In this portion of the webinar, we will review common shareholder agreement provisions and their impact on the tax position of the corporation and its shareholders.
Implications of separation and divorce for the owner-manager
An unfortunate fact of life is that many marriages will end in divorce. Based on 2008 information, the Canadian government estimated that approximately 40% of marriages will end in divorce before the 30th wedding anniversary. For owners of a private company, there are specific tax issues that need to be reviewed and specific tax planning may help to make a difficult issue less costly. We will review both in this portion of the webinar.
Wednesday June 8, 2016, 11:30 AM â€“ 12:45 PM ET / 8:30 AM - 9:45 AM PT
A Message From Snowcrest Riders - AGM June 4, 2016
Snowcrest has always been a fantastic club and will continue to be but we need our membership's help and support to survive and be successful in the coming years. With over 1100 members we have huge potential for strong volunteer ship and an activate sledder community. There is so much more to a successful club than paying for a permit- more hands make lighter work. Your club has overcome adversity and come back stronger while winning provincial, national and international acclaim within the last five years! Over the last few seasons we have been moving forward with new trail projects, advocating for the sport and club and ensuring the best trails possible within our community while growing winter tourism substantially. There are many changes coming in the next few years that will greatly impact snowmobiling across the province and that includes here in Snowcrest country- we need dedicated snowmobilers to ensure our success moving forward.
Our Annual General Meeting is Saturday, June
4 at the Residence Inn Muskoka Wharf (285 Steamship Bay Rd) starting at 11
am and we ask you to attend. It is important and we will be reviewing upcoming items related to:
* Election of the Board
* Bill 100 related to landowners and snowmobile clubs
* Season review
* Club collaboration within District 7 and the new provincial More On The Snow
* Growing our volunteer list including Club Volunteer Co-coordinator, Social Events Co-coordinator - Social Events Committee, Signage Co-coordinator - Signage Committee, Golf Tourney Committee and Poker Run Committee
The current Snowcrest Board has been working together for multiple seasons now to be as successful as possible but we are running with a small crew Volunteers who live over a large distance and we need help to continue.
Snowcrest needs Board Members to join that can assist with or lead committees related to:
* Events and fundraising for up to 5 events per year
* Operations- trail maintenance and signage
* Coordinating and growing our volunteer base
* Communication on social media to keep our membership engaged
If this seems like a lot and is stopping you from considering, imagine what the work ends up like without any support, please consider giving some of your time this year to support the sport you love. If you would like to earn more about a Board position please contact us at Snowcrest@vianet.ca<mailto:Snowcrest@vianet.ca
> prior to May
We only need a few Board members but an army of Volunteers. We are the life blood of any club and it is a great way to get out and have fun with other club members, any amount of time offered is worthwhile! If you'd like to volunteer email Snowcrest@vianet.ca<mailto:Snowcrest@vianet.ca
> or Personal Message us on Facebook with your first/ last name, phone and email.
Planning to hire students this summer?
Employment North has TWO NEW PROGRAMS TO FUND SUMMER STUDENTS!
Youth Job Connection Summer
Requires students to participate in 20 hours of pre-employment workshops before being placed at an 8-week summer job placement
Eligible students will be 15-18 years old, facing barriers to employment and returning to school after the summer
Employers may be eligible for a financial incentive up to $1,300.00 to offset some of the wages associated with providing on-the-job training and work experience
Youth Job Link
Please have your students contact our office to see if they are eligible!
Contact our job developers Judy Blake or Sherri Scarr at 705-687-6350 (ext.205) if you have any further questions regarding these programs and your eligibility to participate.