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The BC budget for 2017 reports a surplus for the 2016-17 fiscal year of $1.46 billion, which is higher than the surplus of $264 million predicted in last year’s budget.
Operating a small farm business can be very satisfying, but to be financially successful, you also need to have a smart business and tax plan in place.
Those who are self-employed have the same income tax rates as employed workers. But, someone who owns their own business can use deductions to reduce their overall tax burden.
The 2017 New Brunswick Budget anticipates a deficit of $192 million for the 2017-2018 fiscal year. The Small Business Income Tax rate is reduced to 3% effective April 1, 2017.
Running an online business can be time consuming. Understanding some important e-commerce tax tips can streamline the tax preparation process.
Hiring a tax preparer can be difficult. Asking the right questions can make the process a lot simpler.
Can Canadian farmers claim all farming losses on their taxes? It depends if the primary source of income comes from farming.
Understanding how to apply non-capital losses to taxes can help small Canadian business owners either recover previous taxes paid or reduce future income and taxes payable.
The start of a new year is a great time to look into tax savings tips that can reduce your stress and save your small business or agribusiness money.
Canada Revenue Agency offers those with dependants a number of tax deductions and credits which can help reduce your taxable income.
"We have a farm and a business and we’ve been using FBC for a number of years now. It’s really good because you have the same accountant all the time, you can pass ideas through them. My accountants name is Matt and they are very professional, reliable, quick. It’s way better than doing it yourself. I highly recommend them."
- Karen Plunkett, Elgin, ON