VANCOUVER, August 12, 2022 — The Chartered Professional Accountants of British Columbia (CPABC) and the CPA Western School of Business (CPAWSB) congratulate the 265 B.C. Chartered Professional Accountants (CPA) candidates who passed the multi-day national Common Final Examination (CFE) written in May 2022. The exam was administered by CPAWSB.
Whitehorse, August 12, 2022 — The Chartered Professional Accountants of Yukon and the CPA Western School of Business (CPAWSB) congratulate Julie Minor, Brianne Stanek, and Elreen Tungol for passing the multi-day national Common Final Examination (CFE) written in May 2022. The exam was administered by CPAWSB.
Graduating from high school is one of the greatest milestones in life. Very rarely will you have as many exciting opportunities ahead of you than in this moment – and obtaining a post-secondary education is often key to unlocking these opportunities.
Canadians are feeling the pinch from rising prices. Annual inflation reached a rate of 8.1% in June 2022, a level we haven’t seen in nearly forty years.
The Disability Tax Credit (DTC) is a non-refundable tax credit that helps people with impairments, or their supporting family member, reduce the amount of income tax they have to pay.
Amanda Collinge Bae dances to her own musical score – a score that doesn’t hesitate to transition to different key changes and dynamics. Amanda is a CPA, CGA; an advocate for inclusion, diversity, equity, access (IDEA); and a ballerina.
In this issue: Our cover story looks at insights from the latest BC Check-Up: Live report and survey, which explores demographic and affordability trends in British Columbia.
Plus: Highlights from CPABC's Regulatory Report to the Public; how the CPA Code guards against plagiarism; why leaders need to build connections and have better conversations; pros and cons of alter ego and joint spousal trusts; tips for improving focus and intention in the hybrid workplace; and more!