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CPA Newsletter • Top story • Six problems you can easily avoid during personal income tax season

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In this issue:

  • Six problems you can easily avoid during personal income tax season
  • The Order and CPA Canada before the Supreme Court
  • Professors, instructors, speakers: See what you can declare in your continuing education report
  • Members who cannot be located: Help us find them
  • Briefings from the Ministère des Affaires municipales et de l’Occupation du territoire on financial reporting by municipal organizations
  • Childcare services network – Auditor’s reports: Draft document on auditor engagements from the Ministère de la Famille
  • Accounting Standards Board’s (AcSB) Exposure Draft – Accounting Standards Improvements for Not-for-Profit Organizations
  • Accounting Standards for Private Enterprises (ASPE) Briefing: Amalgamations of Wholly Owned Enterprises
  • Canadian Standard on Association: an Audit and Assurance Alert and FAQs from CPA Canada
  • Canada Revenue Agency: What you need to know about the small business deduction
  • Response to the Accounting Standards Board’s (AcSB) Exposure Draft – 2017 Annual Improvements to Accounting Standards for Private Enterprises
  • New Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) online services

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