Farm Taxes

Tax season for Canadian farm and small business owners may be months away, but experts generally recommend that you try to get a jump on at least organizing your records and bookkeeping.
Let’s tell the real story of Canadian agriculture, together.
Over the last several months, many Canadian small business owners and independent contractors - including farmers and truck drivers - have likely noticed that the nation seems to be in a bit of economic distress right now. 
Tax planning has to be an integral part of your day-to-day operations. If you're not taking steps year-round to minimize the amount you'll eventually have to pay in taxes, then you're costing your business huge amounts of money that you'll never get back.
Your calendar revolves around the planting season, not government program deadlines and taxes. This quick reminder of important dates for the year will help keep you growing and ensure you don't miss any tax deadlines which could incur interest and penalities.
Bill C-691 looks to reform the Income Tax Act so business succession is less costly.
More Ontario farmers are eligible to apply for the province's product insurance coverage to add to their farm risk management plan.
The Ontario government recently announced its plans to build a livestock research and innovation dairy facility in Elora. 
Are the farmers of today ready to hand off their business to the generation of tomorrow? Apparently not, a new poll reveals.
The following are five technology tools that you can use to help make your farm a well-oiled machine:
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