Saskatoon Tax Lawyer Stephen Miazga

Stephen A. Miazga

Saskatoon Office - Associate Work+1 (306) 986-2483

Areas of Practice

Corporate Tax Planning
Personal Tax Planning
Farm Taxation, Family Farm Reorganizations and Tax Planning
Wills, Enduring Powers of Attorney & Personal Directives
Trusts

Stephen is an associate with the Saskatoon office of Felesky Flynn LLP. Prior to joining Felesky Flynn, Stephen was an associate at a major western Canadian law firm.

Stephen is a sessional lecturer at the College of Law at the University of Saskatchewan teaching Trusts. He is also the vice chair of the Canadian Tax Foundation Young Practitioners, Saskatoon Chapter.

Stephen enjoys traveling, golfing and spending time outdoors.

Professional History

Joined Felesky Flynn LLP, 2017
Called to the Saskatchewan bar, 2012

Educational History

Juris Doctor (JD) (with distinction), University of Saskatchewan, 2011
Bachelor of Commerce (with great distinction), University of Saskatchewan, 2010
CPA In-Depth Tax Course (Parts I, II & III), 2016

Memberships and Associations

Vice Chair, Canadian Tax Foundation Young Practitioners – Saskatoon
Member, Canadian Tax Foundation
Member, Canadian Bar Association

Publications and Presentations

Co-Authored, “Section 76 and the Taxation of Cash Purchase Tickets”, Volume 18, Number 4, Tax for the Owner-Manager, October 2018
“Structuring a CCPC Shareholder’s Exit with a Non-Compete”, Canadian Tax Focus, vol. 7, no. 3 (Canadian Tax Foundation), August 2017
Co-Presenter “Recent Amendments to Subsection 55(2)”, (Canadian Tax Foundation, Saskatoon Young Practitioners Group, 2017)
“Select Tax Issues Faced During US Expansions”, Preventing Issues When Expanding to the United States (Saskatchewan Trade and Export Partnership, 2016)
“The Taxation of Partnerships”, Tax Law for Corporate & Commercial Lawyers (Law Society of Saskatchewan, 2015)
Presenter and panelist for “Doing Business in the USA – From Regulations to Logistics”, 2015 Saskatchewan-USA Trade Summit (Saskatchewan Chamber of Commerce and the Saskatchewan Trade and Export Partnership)
“Tax Planning Opportunities with Charitable Gifts”, CBA Tax Law Section (2014)
“An Overview of Charitable Giving from a Tax Practitioner’s Perspective”, CBA Wills Estates & Elder Law Section (2014).
“Select Tax Issues in the Purchase and Sale of Businesses”, Buying and Selling a Business (Law Society of Saskatchewan, 2014)