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Tax Implications of Borrowing Money From Your Corporation

June 11 @ 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm

Learn about the tax implications of borrowing funds from your corporation at our webinar!

Are you an incorporated business owner overwhelmed with the complexities of shareholder loans? Our upcoming webinar is designed to unravel the often-overlooked tax implications of borrowing money from your corporation. Hosted by our Managing Partner – Andrew Wall, this webinar is a treasure trove for small business owners who are looking to balance their corporate and personal taxes effectively.

Why Attend?

  • Understanding the Shareholder Loan Account: Grasp the essentials of how and when you can borrow from your corporation.

  • Repayment Rules: Learn the rules of repaying shareholder loans without falling into common traps.

  • Taxable Benefit Insights: Understand circumstances where a loan becomes a taxable benefit.

  • Exceptions: Discover the exceptions where the loan is not considered as a taxable benefit.

  • Documentation and Interest Rates: Get a grip on the documentation process and interest rates to maintain compliance.

Who Should Attend?

This webinar is tailor-made for incorporated business owners, financial advisors, and professionals navigating the world of corporate taxes. Reserve your spot today and take a step towards organizing your finances, creating wealth, and transforming wealth into a legacy. Limited slots available.



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