Alberta

Survey: AcSB Priorities for Part II of the Handook

Survey: AcSB Priorities for Part II of the Handook

Put your voice forward! Do you or your clients use the private enterprise standards in Part II of the CPA Canada Handbook directly, or via the not-for-profit standards in Part III? Here’s your opportunity to influence the Accounting Standards Board (AcSB) on which topics to prioritize in determining if and when to undertake Part II projects. Comp..
2017 Tax Clinic Program most successful to date

2017 Tax Clinic Program most successful to date

Each year Alberta CPAs, candidates, and students cvolunteer to help low-income Albertans complete their tax returns free of charge. The CPA Alberta Tax Clinic Program holds clinics in Edmonton, Calgary and surrounding communities in co-operation with seniors’ homes, community centres, and other not-for-profit agencies. The 2017 clinics wrappe..
Manage your email inbox: personalize content from CPA Canada

Manage your email inbox: personalize content from CPA Canada

A friendly reminder that CPA Canada’s communication preference centre lets you select topics and interests you want, and control how you receive communications from CPA Canada. Get only the content you want! CPA Canada has a wealth of research, products, and services that can enhance your career and bring leading-edge news and information str..
An important change to form RC59 as of May 15

An important change to form RC59 as of May 15

Do you use form RC59, Business Consent, to get online access to your business clients’ information in Represent a Client? If you do, here are three important things you should know: After May 15, to request online access to tax information for a business, you will need to complete the authorization request in Represent a Client. Form RC59 wil..
The Encouragement of a Network

The Encouragement of a Network

In 2016, Patti Chrabaszcz CPA, CA found herself in a unique situation. After spending nearly 20 years living and working in Calgary, she was ready to move to Edmonton to be closer to her family. Once settled into the city, Patti reached out to the Connector Program in hopes of meeting other CPAs in the area. Initially, Patti had some reservations a..
Strengthening CPA Alberta Leadership

Strengthening CPA Alberta Leadership

The staff at CPA Alberta is made up of a diverse group of professionals with a variety of educational backgrounds and career skills, all working to ensure CPA Alberta meets its mandate of protecting the public interest and promoting the value of the CPA designation. The leadership team of CPA Alberta has recently welcomed two new members: Chief Ope..
Viewpoints: Presentation of transportation costs (Oil & gas)

Viewpoints: Presentation of transportation costs (Oil & gas)

Examine the circumstances in which transportation costs incurred by a producer of oil and/or gas should be netted from revenue or presented as a separate expense. Developed jointly by Chartered Professional Accountants of Canada (CPA Canada), the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers (CAPP) and the Explorers and Producers Association of Cana..
The Scale Up Challenge: How Are Canadian Companies Performing?

The Scale Up Challenge: How Are Canadian Companies Performing?

What does it take to make a business successful? What are some of the key factors that help companies grow? The Business Development Bank of Canada’s (BDC) Research Team has gathered some insightful information on this topic and compiled it in a study called The Scale Up Challenge: How Are Canadian Companies Performing? The study found that b..
Eight barriers to the CPA designation for some Albertans

Eight barriers to the CPA designation for some Albertans

Becoming a CPA opens a world of opportunity and the chance for a very rewarding and successful career. Sadly, there are reasons that someone may not be able to pursue a CPA career, even if it is something they aspire to. This is particularly true for Indigenous Albertans. Studies on Aboriginal employment highlight the barriers that may prevent I..