Valhalla Private Capital is hosting a free virtual event on 12 May in which Quinton Pullen, chartered professional accountant and tax partner in BDO’s Kelowna office, shares the impact of this year’s Federal Budget and how it may affect angel investors and entrepreneurs alike.
Topics of interest from the budget include ambitions to invest in “the growth of low-carbon industries and new technologies across new and traditional sectors of Canada’s industrial base”, as well as a proposition to “phase out access to the small business tax rate more gradually, with access to be fully phased out when taxable capital reaches $50 million, rather than at $15 million.”
The event will be rounded-off with a Q&A session in which attendees will be able to ask Quinton direct questions about the budget.
According to BDO, Quinton’s primary focus is providing tax planning to owner-managed businesses, especially in relation to divestiture planning, mergers and acquisitions, corporate reorganizations, and cross-border transactions.
With experience working with clients across technology, farming, retail, construction, hospitality and mining industries, Quinton has helped entrepreneurs with tax problems including immigration/emigration and US personal tax compliance and planning, alongside helping to create international financing structures for large multinational entities.
The free, virtual event takes place on Thursday 12 May from 1pm-2pm MST, and tickets are available via Eventbrite.
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