Developing a Long Term Tax Strategy

By Tim Duhamel

Provides a comprehensive overview of municipal taxes and essential knowledge that all financial professionals and executives require.

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Course Content

  1. Developing a Tax Rate Bylaw
  2. Tax Rate Bylaw math explained
  3. Taxation and the budget – linking tax % increases to budgetary needs
  4. Review of a budget tax tool
  5. How to develop a long-term tax strategy
  6. Linking the capital budget/asset management to a taxation strategy
  7. Help the public understand taxes and long term requirements
  8. Public engagement, measuring and justifying tax increases
  9. Effective communication/presentation of tax increases to Council and the public

Course Info


Price:$175.00

PD Credits: 1.5

Category: Planning


February 2019

Updated: Feb 13, 2019

Duration: 1:35:27

Course Synopsis

Developing a Long-Term Tax Strategy


June 2020

Updated: June 25, 2020

Duration: 1:36:54

Course Synopsis

Developing a Long-Term Tax Strategy

Course Info


Price:$175.00

PD Credits: 1.5

Category: Planning

Updated: Feb 13, 2019

Duration: 1:35:27


Course Synopsis

Developing a Long-Term Tax Strategy

Course Info


Price:$175.00

PD Credits: 1.5

Category: Planning

Updated: June 25, 2020

Duration: 1:36:54


Course Synopsis

Developing a Long-Term Tax Strategy

About the Author

Tim Duhamel is the founder and President of Bloom Centre of

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About the Author

About the Author

Tim Duhamel is the founder and President of Bloom Centre of Municipal Education.
He is a municipal veteran whose career has spanned over 21 years.
His passion is creating educational material and conducting lectures for municipal professionals. He has lectured as far away as Kiev, Ukraine for the Federation of Canadian Municipalities.

February 13, 2019

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June 25, 2020

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Course Description

This webinar will cover basic fundamentals, intermediate, and advanced methodologies, and includes new MGA changes related to commercial subclasses and the residential/commercial split ratio.

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Learning Outcomes

  • How to develop a Tax Rate Bylaw (written section and council report requirements)

  • Understanding Tax Rate Bylaw math (assessment, mill rate, taxation revenue)

  • Linking tax % increases to budgetary needs (services, inflation, special projects, capital)

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Who Should Attend?

Any municipal financial professionals and senior executives from small, medium, or large municipalities.

All municipal financial officers will benefit from having a fundamental understanding and core knowledge of all financial processes.

 

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