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Alberta Budget Report 2017

Mar 17, 2017
On March 16, 2017, the Honourable Joe Ceci, President of Treasury Board and Minister of Finance, presented his third budget and the third budget of Alberta’s NDP government.

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Why Your Small Business Should Hire a Professional Accounting Consultant

Mar 01, 2017
Running a small busy is not easy. Hiring a reliable, professional accounting consultant can benefit a small business in many ways.

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5 Tips to Prepare Your Online Business for Tax Time

Feb 08, 2017
Running an online business can be time consuming. Understanding some important e-commerce tax tips can streamline the tax preparation process.

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5 Tax-Saving Strategies for Canadian Small Business Owners

Dec 14, 2016
There are a number of simple, effective money-saving strategies that small business owners can use to optimize their year-end tax planning.

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Do You Have to Pay Self-Employment Tax if You Have Farm Income?

Dec 07, 2016
Self-employed farmers need to report their income and losses to the Canada Revenue Agency just like any other business owner. But farmers also get special tax breaks.

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How Farming Can Help Businesses Save on Taxes

Oct 19, 2016
There are a large number of tax breaks that Canadian farmers can take advantage of to reduce their tax burden.

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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.

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How You Can Pay Less Tax with a Year-End Tax Plan

Sep 21, 2016
A year-end tax plan presents an opportunity for you to minimize your taxes and improve your financial position come tax season next spring; resulting in a larger tax return or at least a lot less tax owing.

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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View Our Library of Tax Saving eBooks to Add to Your Reading List

Aug 31, 2016
FBC continually researches and keeps up to date on the ever changing tax law and how they affect farmers and small business owners. Check out these eBooks and Infographics.

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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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