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BC Workshop: Expanding FMA Tax Systems to Support a Jurisdiction Based Fiscal Relationship

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Expanding FMA Tax Systems to Support a Jurisdiction Based Fiscal Relationship
Feb 15th, 2018 - Vancouver, BC

The workshop presented by the Tulo Centre and the First Nations Tax Commission focuses on expanding FMA tax systems to support a jurisdiction based fiscal relationship. It will discuss how the fiscal relationship impacts the independence of First Nation jurisdictions. Key topics covered include:

  • History of First Nation fiscal relationship
  • Problems with the current First Nation fiscal relationship
  • Proposals to improve the fiscal relationship
  • Opportunities to expand First Nation tax jurisdiction
    • FMA tax options
    • Resource taxes
    • Cannabis and Tobacco taxes
    • FNGST
  • A Jurisdiction Based Fiscal Relationship Proposal
  • Requirement and opportunities for a new fiscal relationship

This workshop is designed for First Nations and others interested in expanding their tax jurisdictions and working towards a jurisdiction based fiscal relationship. It may also be of interested to those participating in the AFN and INAC discussions about a new fiscal relationship.

Limited travel assistance available.

For more information or to register, please contact:

Lindsay Risling
lrisling@fntc.ca
250-828-9857 or toll-free 1-855-682-3682

Workshop: Implementing FMA Taxation Systems in Mik'maq and Maliseet Nations

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Implementing FMA Taxation Systems in Mik'maq and Maliseet Nations
Jan 25th, 2018 - Halifax, NS

This workshop presented by the First Nations Tax Commission and the Tulo Centre of Indigenous Economics focuses on implementing First Nation Fiscal Management Act (FMA) taxation systems in Mik’maq and Maliseet Nations. The following topics will be covered:

  • Property Tax Jurisdictions
  • First Nations Fiscal Management Act
  • Sales Tax
  • FNGST
  • Cannabis Tax
  • Tobacco Tax
  • Aboriginal Resource Tax
  • Taxation and New Fiscal Relationships.

This workshop is designed for First Nations currently taxing or interested in taxing in Mik’maq and Maliseet Nations. It will be an opportunity to discuss strategies to overcome challenges to implement tax jurisdiction, ensure the new fiscal relationship meets the requirements of First Nations and learn of new tax jurisdiction opportunities.

Limited travel assistance available.

For more information or to register, please contact:

Lindsay Risling
lrisling@fntc.ca
250-828-9857 or toll-free 1-855-682-3682