Tuesday, May 21, 2013

Employee Mobility & Assignments Abroad-Conference at McGill Law-May 29

The Canadian Tax Foundation will host a conference at McGIll Law next Wednesday on the (timely!) topic of taxing workers when they go abroad. Eminent McGill law grad and former McGill chancellor Richard Pound will deliver the lunchtime address. Info below and on the CTF website.

Employee Mobility - Assignments Abroad 
Wednesday, May 29, 2013 
8:45 a.m.  –  4:45 p.m.
Followed by a cocktail reception sponsored by Stikeman Elliott 
McGill University, Faculty of Law
3660 Peel Street (library entrance)

This year, the theme for the Canadian Tax Foundation’s annual Journée d’études fiscales, is employee foreign assignments. Speakers at this conference will be discussing the various taxation considerations which arise, both from the perspective of the employee and of the employer, when Canadians choose to temporarily or permanently move their place of work abroad. Various aspects of taxation will be analyzed during the course of the day by experts in the field.

Click here for program & registration info.

After the cocktail, stick around for a Roundtable on Tax Justice, info here and more to come soon.

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