Canadian Income Taxation, Planning and Decision Making is a textbook for the student in taxation as well as for the intelligent layperson and business executive. It develops the fundamental principles of the Canadian income tax laws and examines their effect on business decision-making and financial planning. This text is fully referenced by footnotes to the Income Tax Act and Interpretation Bulletins providing a strong link to specific tax laws - without disturbing reading flow and comprehension.
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W.J. Buckwold has extensive experience in academic and professional tax education. A chartered accountant and graduate of The University of Western Ontario’s School of Business Administration, with cross studies at the Faculty of Law, he currently is a member of the Faculty of Business at the University of Victoria. He has lectured extensively across Canada for various provincial Institutes of Chartered Accountants, the Canadian Society of Management Accountants, the Banff School of Advanced Management, and the Bar Admission program of the Law Society of Manitoba. Before joining the academic community on a full-time basis, he was self-employed, providing tax consulting services to accounting and legal firms. From 1983 to 1986, Professor Buckwold served as a governor of the Canadian Tax Foundation. He has received numerous awards including the University of Manitoba’s prestigious Olive Beatrice Stanton Award for Excellence in Teaching and the Board of Advisors Distinguished Educator Award at the University of Victoria’s Faculty of Business. Professor Buckwold has served as a member of the Council of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Manitoba and as a member of the Professional Development Committee of the Canadian Institute of Chartered Accountants.
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Book Description McGraw-Hill Ryerson, 2005. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0070877386