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Gain Insights on Navigating the 2021 Tax Season


​Midhurst/March 11, 2021 – Navigating the 2021 tax season may be more complicated for many small businesses and self-employed individuals that had to pivot, shut down, or alter operations in 2021 in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

On March 25th, from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m., the “Ask an Expert" webinar series invites interested parties to join Allen Lloyd, Tax Advisor, Consultant and founder of Lloyd Management Services (LMS) for a free virtual webinar that will help small businesses prepare to file a tax return. Allen brings with him 10 years of experience as an Outreach Co-ordinator and Resource Officer at the Canadian Revenue Agency (CRA), and more than 25 years of experience assisting clients with income tax preparation and advocacy.

This session will enable participants to ask important questions about any impacts/changes related to the pandemic, and to enhance their knowledge of CRA filing and reporting requirements. Topics will include:

  • Requirements for maintaining books and records
  • How to read and use financial statements
  • Understanding the CRA tax requirements
  • Where to find useful information online

EVENT:       Ask an Expert: Navigating Tax Season

Where:          Zoom (details for joining the Zoom meeting will be sent in advance)

​When:           March 25, 2021 ~ 10 a.m. to 12 p.m.
                      Participants can submit questions in advance when registering or by                                  emailing edo@simcoe.ca

This session is part of the “Ask an Expert" series presented in partnership with the County of Simcoe, the Small Business Centre of Barrie, Simcoe County and Orillia, South Georgian Bay Small Business Enterprise Centre, Orillia Area Community Development Corporation, Nottawasaga Futures, North Simcoe Community Futures Development Corporation and the Centre for Business and Economic Development.

County of Simcoe is composed of sixteen member municipalities and provides crucial public services to County residents in addition to providing paramedic and social services to the separated cities of Barrie and Orillia. Visit our website at simcoe.ca. ​

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Collin Matanowitsch
Public Relations Manager
County of Simcoe, Service Simcoe Branch
705-734-8386 (mobile)

Jennifer Straw
Public Relations Consultant
County of Simcoe, Service Simcoe Branch
705-790-5979 (mobile)