Are you impacted by Canada’s new non-resident registration requirements?
The Canada Revenue Agency has recently implemented new registration requirements for non-residents effective July 1, 2021. The rules, for the most part, are often referred to as Digital Registration Requirements. However, they are actually much more than that:
- The rules apply not only to digital and e-commerce transactions but also to services.
- The rules apply not only to businesses making supplies to consumers (B2C) but also has implications for B2B transactions.
- In addition, there are implications under these new provisions for Canadian businesses who acquire services or other intangibles from non-residents. So the new rule will have an impact on both non-Canadian based and Canadian based businesses.
Understanding the impact this may have is critical to ensuring your organization’s ongoing compliance. To help more professionals, Grant Thornton supports CCPAA-ON holding a tax webinar to discuss the new rules. The session will review new registration requirements, who is impacted, how to comply and what are the obligations once registered. It will also highlight some of the challenges we have seen to date that organizations are facing under these new simplified GST/HST registration provisions. We will also provide a summary of the general GST/HST registration requirements so that you will leave the session having a complete understanding of the registration obligations for non-residents and how it impacts your business.
Christina Zurowski, CPA, CA
Partner, Commodity (Sales) Tax, Grant Thornton LLP
As a partner in a specialty tax unit and a Cross Border Leader in Grant Thornton, Christina advises clients on a broad range of Canadian sales tax matters. She has specialized in commodity tax for over 20 years, providing clients with practical advice and drawing on her prior experience in industry. Assisting Canadian and non-resident organizations in meeting their Canadian sales tax objectives is the core of Christina’s practice. Christina has focused on cross-border activity and is currently our lead contact with our global and cross-border clients. Her experience encompasses a wide range of industries, from pharma manufacturing and services to not-for-profit.
Date: Wednesday, September 22, 2021
Time: 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm ET (registration starts at 6:45 pm)
Session Format: Online Webinar
Cost: Member: Free; Non-member: Free (Event exclusively sponsored by Grant Thornton LLP)
CPD Credit: 1.5 Hour
Enrolment Limit: 80 People
Once registered, you will receive an email confirmation with webinar details.
Active participation is mandatory for receiving the CPD certificate, including answering all poll questions.
Please use the same name when registering on ccpaa.ca and joining the Zoom meeting.
This webinar is sponsored by Grant Thornton LLP, a leading Canadian accounting and business advisory firm. With Local insights and Global outlook, Grant Thornton LLP provides audit, tax and advisory services—locally and across Canada to dynamic privately owned, publicly listed and public sector organizations. As a member of Grant Thornton International Ltd, Grant Thornton Canada is a part of a network of more than 50,000 people providing clients with distinctive and personalized service in over 130 countries.
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