We look forward to seeing you at one of our upcoming events. Attendance at Chapter events are open to all members, candidates and students enrolled in the CPA Professional Education Program or Pre-requisite Program, as well as legacy AAT and ACIA members. Guests are also welcome at some events.
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2017 Annual Chapter Event
February 11, 2017 @ 10:00 am - 1:00 pm$10.00
DON’T MISS NETWORKING, BUFFET BRUNCH, 1 CPD and DOOR PRIZES
CPABC Burnaby/ New Westminster Chapter cordially invites you to join us at the BNW Annual Chapter Event on Saturday, February 11, 2017.
We would like to show our appreciation for your continuous support in attending our Chapter PD, Social and Student events over the years. Come and mingle with your chapter board directors and volunteers, CPABC staff and fellow members and students.
We are honored to have Ms. Cynthia Hamilton, CPA, CGA, BAccS, a familiar face to our Chapter, present a one-hour PD seminar on Small Business Tax Issues entitled “Incorporating your problems”. You will learn about the issues surrounding incorporation, the potential problems with incorporating too soon, the most common errors people make when incorporating and some related tax issues.
|Date:||Saturday, February 11, 2017|
|Where:||Executive Hotel and Conference Centre Burnaby, 4201 Lougheed Hwy, Burnaby, BC (604-298-2010)|
|Time:||Registration starts: 10am
Buffet Brunch & Networking: 10am – 12pm
Chapter Presentation: 10:30am – 11am
PD Session: 12pm – 1pm
Door Prizes: 1pm
|Cost:||$10.00 plus GST|
|Who:||CPABC Members and Students|
|To Register:||Click here|
Parking at the hotel facility is free for this event but please check with the hotel registration desk to confirm whether you need to provide them with your licence plate. Additional overflow paid parking is also available.
Space is limited, please sign up ASAP!
Cynthia Hamilton, CPA, CGA, BAccS
Partner – Kemp Harvey Group
Accounting has been part of Cynthia’s life since childhood as her father was in the profession as well as many members of her family. She began working in the field in 1978 and completed her designation in 1992, at which point she had already been in her own practice for a year. She began providing computer consulting along with solid accounting knowledge. Her career path has also been interspersed with a few years controller for an international pump company and assistant controller for a large lumber retailer. Cynthia’s training, however, has come primarily from a number of well-known legacy CA and CGA firms.
In addition to her CPA, CGA, Cynthia has a first-level certificate from the Data Processing Management Association, a Bachelor of Accounting Science from the University of Calgary. She has completed the CICA In-depth tax course, took numerous programs in the Computer Science program at Douglas Collect and has passed the US Registered Tax Return Preparer (RTRP) exam.
Cynthia brings to the Kemp Harvey Group not only a sound accounting and tax background, which includes preparation of US personal returns, but also a strengthening IT background which is so valuable in any computerized environment. In a 1999 North Shore News Readers Poll, under her married name, she was voted third most favorite accountant on the North Shore. In her spare time, Cynthia has volunteered with the CPABC Burnaby/ New Westminster Chapter (previously Burnaby / Royal City Chapter of the CGA Association), is currently on the website committee for the British Columbia Genealogical Society and is involved with the Willoughby Residents Association, to name a few. Cynthia was awarded the Harold Clarke Award in 2014.