anadian Not-For-Profit News: The Insider's Edge On Current Developments in Canadian Non-Profit Organizations
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2017-01-01
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Canadian Not-For-Profit News: The Insider's Edge On Current Developments in Canadian Non-Profit Organizations
By: Arthur B.C. Drache, C.M., Q.C.
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Subtitled “The Insider’s Edge On Current Developments in Canadian Non-Profit Organizations,” this monthly newsletter is the best source of current information on the tax implications and practical considerations relating to the most relevant and timely issues surrounding registered charities and other non-profit organizations. Features include: Canada Revenue Agency Views - Questions and answers about how the Canada Revenue Agency treats a wide variety of issues. Analysis and Commentary - On the latest legislation, policies, case law and practical issues faced by not-for-profit organizations and charities. Drache takes you behind the scenes - interpreting case law and translating difficult statutes into straightforward, to-the-point opinions and advice. Tax Planning Tips - 1,001 creative uses of the charitable tax credit. Cumulative Index - To access material in back issues by section of the Act, by case name or by subject matter. The content of the articles covers a wide range of topics, all distinguished by their current relevance and usefulness to readers. Some of the issues recently published include the following articles: • Grants to U.S. Charities • A Director’s Role • Crown Gifts • New Rules for Telemarketing.
About the Author
Arthur Drache, C.M., Q.C., practices law with Drache Aptowitzer PC. He has appeared as counsel in cases before the Tax Court of Canada, the Federal Court of Appeal and the Supreme Court of Canada. As Chief, Personal Income Tax for the federal Department of Finance in the early 1970s, he wrote much of the tax law applicable to charities.


Besides being recognized as having particular expertise in the area of personal and small business tax planning, Arthur is acknowledged as a specialist in the tax treatment of charities and non-profit organizations and in relation to all aspects of taxation of the arts and artists.


He is chair of the Museums Foundation of Canada, treasurer of the Canadian Writers' Trust and a former board member and secretary of the Canadian Conference of the Arts. He was also chair of the International Centre for Not-for Profit law, an international NGO headquartered in Washington, D.C.


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