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Starting a New Farm Operation

Top Business Tips for Starting a New Farm

Sep 12, 2018
Starting a new farm business can be rewarding; having the right skills and background knowledge can make it even more successful.

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Why You Need a Tax Consultant for Your Logistics and Transportation Business

Tax Services for Logistics, Transportation, and Supply Chain Management

Sep 05, 2018
Tax issues in Canada’s logistics and transportation sectors can be confusing. FBC will help you navigate this changing, complicated environment.

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Benefits of Spending Less and Managing Cash Flow

Benefits of Spending Less (Calculator)

Aug 29, 2018
Reducing your spending can be worth more than you might think. Use this calculator to see just how much your budget reductions may be worth, if you were to invest them.

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Should Your Small Business Buy or Lease Its Commercial Space?

Small Business Tips: Should You Lease or Buy a Business Facility?

Aug 22, 2018
For small business owners, there are pros and cons of owning and leasing a commercial space. The experts at FBC can help you decide which is best.

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How to Create a Succession Plan for Your Small Business

How to Create a Succession Plan for Your Small Business

Aug 08, 2018
For those exiting a business, succession planning helps build value, provide financial security, maximize tax strategies and minimize taxes paid.

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Finance Purchase of Equipment: Lease or Buy

To Lease or Not To Lease

Jul 18, 2018
Should you lease or buy when faced with purchasing new equipment for your farm or small business? The two most common options are borrowing funds to buy the equipment or leasing equipment from the supplier or through a third party.


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Finance Purchase of Equipment: Lease or Buy

Equipment Buy Vs. Lease Calculator

Jul 18, 2018
Should you lease or buy? Use this calculator to find out! We calculate monthly payments and your total net cost. By comparing these amounts, you can determine which is the better value for you and your business.

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Passive Income for Private Corporations

Tax Increases in 2018 Affect Passive Income for Private Corporations

May 30, 2018
Investment income, also known as passive income, is being targeted in a big way. Passive income generally is defined as anything non-active, such as interest, dividends, rental and royalty income and capital gains and it appears the government is taking a two-step approach to managing it.

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Tax strategies for Canadian Entrepreneurs

Small Business Tax Planning Strategies for Canadian Entrepreneurs

May 23, 2018
There are a lot of tax strategies that Canadian entrepreneurs can take advantage of to decrease their taxes and increase their income.

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Saskatchewan Budget Report 2018

Saskatchewan Budget Report 2018

Apr 11, 2018
On April 10, 2018, Finance Minister Donna Harpauer delivered her first budget as Finance Minister. The Finance Minister pointed to the province’s continued shift away from a reliance on natural resource revenue as a positive sign for the economy: Natural resource revenue is projected to make up 10% — or $1.48 billion — of what the province brings in.

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