This university accredited course is part of the Certificate in First Nation Tax Administration program. In this course students are provided with an overview of First Nation taxation and how it can be used to improve the investment climate and support economic development on First Nation lands. The role of government in making markets work is explained, focusing primarily on First Nation local revenue authority using the First Nations Fiscal Management Act (FMA). Topics include the role of government in facilitating investment; the concept of property taxation; First Nation property taxation; FMA and institutions; the First Nation Goods and Services Tax (FNGST).
Date: February 13 – 17, 2023
Cost: Bursary Available
Venue: Kamloops, BC
Organizer: First Nations Tax Commission and Tulo Centre of Indigenous Economics
Phone: 1 866-272-2906
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