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Event date(s): 2015-Apr-16 (Thursday) to 2015-Apr-16 (Thursday)
Registration closes: 2015-Apr-16 (Thursday)




Special Conference on April 16th, 2015


Self-employed Professionals in IT


Take advantage of your status to optimize your tax benefits and your investment strategy !

This conference will be presented in French by


Mrs. Isabelle Tremblay



Presentation :
Being self-employed professionals in IT has its own set of features and complexity of accounting, financial and tax, but is also a strength which you can exploit in a fiscally advantageous way.  Come and discover the secrets of this dormant opportunity at this conference offered by SFITA financial services firm specializing in products and services for self-employed in IT and sponsor of itSMF Montreal.

Targeted audience :

This conference is mainly for self-employed and those wishing to learn about the tax and financial strategies available to self-employed.

Seats available :

The number of participant is limited to 30.

Topics discussed :
Fiscal advantages within the reach of self-employed
Salary or dividends: which is the most advantageous ?
Optimize unregistered funds held in my company by deferring the tax impact
Contribute to my RRSP via my company and save
Best practice recommended by the experts

Speaker: Mrs. Isabelle Tremblay, President of Services financiers ITA (SFITA) cabinet
Mrs. Tremblay is the founder and the president of Services financiers ITA (SFITA) cabinet, and is also a financial security advisor.  She holds several conferences annually to inform the IT community on different fiscal vehicles and means to protect themselves.  Coming from a family of consultants in IT, since 20 years Isabelle specializes herself to answer to specific needs in matter of finance and taxation for this clientele.  She endeavoured from then to find practical solutions to their concerns.

Les Services financiers I.T.A.
Les Services financiers I.T.A. cabinet became an inescapable partner of the consultants in information technologies, he accompanies them for more than 15 years in the optimization of their financial situation.

Les Services financiers ITA offer financial coaching process, specifically tailored to the needs of IT consultants, enabling them to better understand their personal and professional financial environment.

Location: Please note that this conference will take place at the Desjardins « Lounge » room, located in the Bell building at 1050, Côte du Beaver Hall. Square Victoria is the closest metro stop. The closest interior parking is located in the BNC Tower at 700, rue de la Gauchetière. The closest exterior parking is located about 50 meters away, near the Brisket restaurant (1095, Côte du Beaver Hall). You can also opt for paid on-street parking.

Cost: free for itSMF members and $35 for non-members, 20$ for ISACA and PMI members. A light snack will be provided.

Cancellation Policy: Full payment must be received from the Registrant two (2) business days prior to an itSMF event or the Registrant will be removed from the enrollment list and will not be guaranteed a place at the event. Registrations cancelled more than two (2) business days before an itSMF event will be eligible for a full refund. Substitutions are permitted at all times.

Take this opportunity to become a member of the Montreal branch of itSMF: take part in our activities and events and benefit from interesting discounts on the documents available at the itSMF Canada online store.

Agenda:
17:30   : Registration and light snack
18:00   : Welcome word
18:05   : Conference
19:30   : Discussion with speaker
20:00   : Closing words

Due to the limited space available for this event, please ensure your presence. In the case of any changes, please advise us by email.


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