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I need some info about training $ and taxes, in order to be considered as tax deuctible training funds does the training facility have to have the post secondary accreditation? I forget what they call it now it used to be called PPSEC for private post secondary education education cert. I now they have some new name for it now but dont know what it is. Anyways was seriously thinkin of getting my 206 endorsement and this will definitely influence any edcision I make. While i'm on that note let me put this out there. If I havent flown in a while should I knock the dust off by flying a robbie again for a few to get back in the swing or just forget them altogether and go for the turbine. 412 and 100ft care to give an opinion? Please?

Thanx in advance.

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PcTIA sort of thing.

 

I dont belive the school needs to be accredited to get taxes back. From what I understand the certified schools are simply allowed to take money from scholarships and such. Any training towards your commercial is claimable.

 

I could be wrong, so lets have some of the school type guys post up.

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you are correct cole.

 

The school must be registered with revenue canada for tax deductions, and all commercial training, as well as profesional upgrading is a rite off. The PCTIA accredidation is to recieve goverment sponsered money. PCTIA registration is a legal requirement in BC, and gives the student tuition insurance.

 

 

Rob

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