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Intergenerational Land Transfers

Aug 02, 2017
Farmers preparing their wills and succession plans should be aware of the details of the capital gains exemption and the capital gains deduction.

While there are a lot of tax benefits to being a self-employed contractor in Canada there is also a lot to understand when it comes to the ever-changing tax code.

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The Importance of Tax Planning and Managed Accounting for Farmers

Oct 12, 2016
Explaining important functions that tax planners and managing accountants can help farms with.

While there are a lot of tax benefits to being a self-employed contractor in Canada there is also a lot to understand when it comes to the ever-changing tax code.

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Tax Consequences of Divorce

Jul 06, 2016
No one enters a relationship with the plan to later part ways, but it does happen and there are tax consequences to consider if it does.

While there are a lot of tax benefits to being a self-employed contractor in Canada there is also a lot to understand when it comes to the ever-changing tax code.

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10 Strategies for a Profitable Business

Jan 30, 2015
Download our ebook for tips to help you avoid the scramble at tax time by having organized records and putting strategies in place to increase your wealth through tax planning.

While there are a lot of tax benefits to being a self-employed contractor in Canada there is also a lot to understand when it comes to the ever-changing tax code.

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Are You Paying Too Much For Your Mortgage Insurance?

Oct 08, 2014
When covering the risk of premature death and leaving large mortgage debt to loved ones, there are benefits to a term insurance policy over mortgage insurance from the bank.

While there are a lot of tax benefits to being a self-employed contractor in Canada there is also a lot to understand when it comes to the ever-changing tax code.

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