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May 26, 2016

Fillmore Riley proudly supports the 2016 Prairie Provinces Tax Conference.

Fillmore Riley LLP is proud to be one of the sponsors of the Canadian Tax Foundation’s 2016 Prairie Provinces Tax Conference: Planning in a High-Rate Environment. Paul Grower, a tax partner with Fillmore Riley, also served on the Program Committee, ensuring the content is timely and relevant to attendees.
Held from May 30-31, 2016 at The Fort Garry Hotel, the 2016 Prairie Provinces Tax Conference affords tax professionals and government officials with learning and networking opportunities.
Johanna Caithness, a tax partner at Fillmore Riley, will present on planning with respect to the 21-year deemed disposition rule for trusts and tax-deferred rollouts to beneficiaries. The presentation will include possible strategies to deal with non-Canadian-resident beneficiaries, matters relating to subsection 75(2) of the Income Tax Act, and drafting of trusts to best allow for future planning.
Paul Grower will present on dispute trends with the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA), along with representatives of Canada Revenue Agency and the federal Department of Justice.
Tax planning and tax dispute resolution are two of Fillmore Riley’s strengths and our practitioners have earned recognition across Canada for their contributions to the practice area and for their exceptional work.