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CPA Ontario’s Future Forward podcasts offer a refreshing gateway to new ideas and hot topics for professionals across industries. 

Episodes are available free of charge to anyone using your favorite podcast app (open your podcast app and search for "CPA Ontario Future Forward"), or listen to them below.

Verifiable Continuing Professional Development (CPD) hours for Ontario CPAs are available by purchasing a podcast episode or series. Please visit our PD Portal for more information and to purchase an episode or podcast series.

 

May 29, 2018

You are racing furiously against the clock to complete at task by end of day that you could have completed two weeks ago. How did this happen? Where did the time go? Why were you unable to focus on completing the task until this very moment? Procrastination is a self-sabotaging form of behaviour that prevents us from...


May 29, 2018

Your ability to understand your own feelings and the feelings of others is the most important factor in determining your success in life. During this podcast, Liz West and Chuck Gallozzi discuss how becoming more self-aware can help you harness your emotions and apply them to tasks like problem solving, thinking and...


May 29, 2018

Although people tend to have their own best interests at heart, we cannot achieve success and happiness in our own lives without the help of others. We need to be able to influence others to come to our aid when necessary. Whether the relationship is between parent and child, boss and employee, neighbors, coworkers,...


May 22, 2018

Most people are rightfully concerned about how much money they will need to retire and whether their savings will be sufficient. While the amount they save is vital, the vehicle used is also important. Join Liz West and David Trahair as they explore when an RRSP is the best option and what the alternates are,...


May 22, 2018

Many baby boomers are approaching retirement and wondering how much they will receive from their CPP retirement pension and at what age they should start collecting their pension. You can begin as early as age 60, wait until age 65, or you can delay until age 70. Join Liz West and David Trahair as they discuss...