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About this course

  • $44.00
  • 1 CPD hour
  • Dec. 5, 2022 - 12:00 PM ET

Course description

Crypto and electronic assets are becoming a significant part of investors’ portfolios. The CRA has released a number of public statements and administrative positions about crypto assets and is placing an increased importance on auditing and tax compliance related to crypto and electronic assets. Learn more about how you can advise your clients about keeping records, recognizing losses, and to assist them in responding to crypto asset audits.

Instructor(s)

Molly Luu

Molly Luu is an advocate whose practice focuses on tax litigation. Before joining Miller Thomson LLP, Molly completed her articles at a national law firm in Toronto. After which, she spent a year as a judicial law clerk for the Superior Court of Justice. She was a Tax Controversy Partner at a commercial boutique before joining Miller Thomson LLP.

Molly is a problem solver. Drawing from her experience as investigative tax counsel who was routinely retained to review unintended tax consequences, she quickly identifies what lies at the heart of a problem. This enables her to act swiftly and efficiently to address the issue. She is mindful of the fact that less-obvious creative solutions are often the best ones. She is an expert at learning about her clients and their businesses and affairs with an aim to solve their tax controversies and grow with her clients and their businesses.

Anish Kamboj

Anish is developing a diverse practice in corporate tax, tax planning, and tax litigation at Miller Thomson LLP where he started his career. Anish addresses client concerns by taking a holistic approach. He addresses each matter by considering his client’s specific issues while ensuring they are informed of any underlying concerns that were not initially apparent. This allows Anish to focus on his top priority, client service. Anish regularly publishes on the taxation of cryptocurrencies. His publications have been cited by David Sherman in the Practitioner’s Income Tax Act, McCarthy Tétrault’s Canada Tax Service, and Tax Times. His goal is to shed light on this developing area while keeping clients informed of the tax implications of their personal and business activity. Anish looks forward to continue providing insight to broader audiences.