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Chapter PD: 2017 Goods and Services Tax & Sales Tax Update
October 14, 2017 @ 8:45 am - 1:00 pm$80
CPABC Surrey/Langley/North Delta Chapter invites you to join us for our upcoming Chapter PD seminar update on GST and Sales Tax. This seminar will cover changes in legislation, court cases, CRA administrative policy and audit issues. Seating is limited, so register today!
|Date:||Saturday, October 14, 2017|
|Where:||Northview Golf and Country Club, 6557 – 168th Street, Surrey BC|
|Time:||Registration and breakfast: 8:00am – 8:45am | Seminar: 8:45am – 10:45am |Coffee break: 10:45am – 11:00am | Session: 11:00am – 1:00pm|
|Cost:||$80 + GST|
|CPD|Level:||4 | General|
|To Register:||Click here|
Charlotte Hoggard is the partner of Charlotte Hoggard Inc. and has practiced exclusively in sales tax and forensic consulting services for over 20 years, both in government and in public practice. She received her CGA designation in 1992 and her CFI (Certified Forensic Investigator) designation in 2000.
Charlotte began her professional career in the Canada corporate office of a large international organization and then joined an international accounting firm in their owner managed business (OMB) section in 1988. After progressing to a senior level in the OMB section, Charlotte joined the government in 1990 with the implementation of the GST.
When GST and Income Tax amalgamated in 1993, Charlotte was one of the initial joint GST/Income Tax auditors in the trial Underground Economy audit initiative and after the initial trial year, one of the six authors and instructors for the CRA internal Underground Economy audit course. Charlotte reviewed leads, screened files and was trained and worked as a CRA GST and Income Tax auditor and investigator in the CRA Enforcement Division.
In 1999, Charlotte returned to public practice with a large international firm. In January 2007, Charlotte left to lead her own practice focusing exclusively in the area of sales tax and forensic consulting. She provides research, advice, seminars, training, and assistance with appeals and other matters with the taxation authorities.
Charlotte has presented professional seminars for CPABC and other professional organizations and businesses. She has also taught several online forensic courses for Universities.