Are you a founder of an early-stage company and looking to start paying yourself for all your hard work? Doing so may not be as simple as writing yourself a cheque. Knowing when the right time is to begin paying yourself and what options are available to you as founder is not always clear. Join Ameer Abdulla from EY at this month’s Toolkit Tuesday to learn about the options and considerations when deciding to compensate yourself as a founder of an early-stage company. Ameer will share his insights in response to the following questions:
• When is the right time to pay myself as a founder?
• What compensation options are available?
• In addition to cash flows, what other considerations should be analyzed?
• What are the tax implications to the business or to me as a founder?
• Will my decision on how and how much I pay myself impact outside investors?
About our presenter: Ameer Abdulla, Executive Director, Private Tax, EY
Ameer has over 10 years of experience working in public accounting and currently focuses on corporate and personal tax planning. He provides tax advice to Canadian private companies and their shareholders in addition to advising on reorganizations, intergenerational transfers, purchase/sale of businesses and estate planning. Ameer also has experience advising trusts, not-for-profits and charities.
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