Fall 2017

Argyle Associates is very pleased to announce its Fall 2017 Business Lecture Series. Each of the lectures will be presented by lawyers and accountants with significant experience working with dentists and other health care professionals The goal of the series is to provide information and recommendations as to how dental practices can operate more profitably, minimize taxes, reduce risks and maximize value.

Date/Time/Location:

Monday, September 25, 2017
6:00 – 8:00PM
100-2255 Carling Avenue

Corporate Structures, Minimizing Tax and Buy & Selling Dental Practices

  • The Federal government has recently announced proposed tax changes that would significantly impact tax planning strategies commonly used by professionals to reduce their family’s overall tax burden
  • Learn more about these proposed tax changes and their potential impact
  • Assuming that the proposed changes are implemented, an overview of the benefits that still exist of utilizing professional corporations, holding companies, family trusts and other corporate vehicles and strategies that continue to be available to minimize taxes, reduce risks and increase overall returns
  • Factors to consider when buying a dental practice
  • Steps that can be taken to prepare a dental practice for a possible sale in order to maximize the sale price

Speakers:

Harold Feder
PARTNER AT BRAZEAU SELLER LLP

Jim McConnery
PARTNER AT WELCH LLP

Date/Time/Location:

Tuesday, October 24, 2017
6:00 – 8:00PM
100-2255 Carling Avenue

Employment Law Principles for Dental Practices

  • An outline of some of the basic principles of employment law in Ontario
  • A discussion of how employee disputes, complaints and terminations can be very costly and disruptive to any dental practice
  • Tips and strategies to avoid employee conflicts and how to minimize the costs associated with employee terminations

Speaker(s):

Will Hinz
CHIEF OPERATING OFFICER ARGYLE ASSOCIATES

Date/Time/Location:

Tuesday, November 14, 2017
6:00 – 8:00PM
100-2255 Carling Avenue

US Income and Estate Tax Issues

  • An overview of US income and estate tax issues for Canadian citizens and approaches that can be taken to reduce overall exposure to US taxes. This topic will include discussion of working/studying in the US and well as the ownership of US real estate and/or US investments.
  • Discussion of professional incorporation issues for US citizen doctors and dentists who are resident and practicing in Canada

Speaker(s):

Alan Tippett
WELCH LLP