Choosing to pay yourself a salary or dividends will depend on your personal and business needs. Find out the differences and what each option could mean for you when deciding how to structure your compensation.
Do you have a disability or a child with a disability? Are you worried about saving for retirement? Then you should open a Registered Disability Savings Plan (RDSP) to help you start building long-term savings.
By the time Matthew Clayton was 25 years old, he was self-employed as a rental property owner and owned up to 20 houses in Regina, Sask. He already possessed the entrepreneurial spirit and work ethic that would help him start and run the successful company he still owns today - Duke Sewer Service Inc.
In 2008, Jamie Myatt was working in the oil patch as an electrician when the economy took a downturn. When he came back home to Dartmouth, he found a job as a journeyman for a local company. But it wasn’t long before he felt unfulfilled in his role and decided to make the leap into running his own business. He launched Home Style Electric in 2009 on a shoestring budget.
To say Alistair and Erin Hagan are busy is an understatement. The FBC Members and couple of almost 20 years run a family owned cattle farm in Virden, Manitoba. On top of their day-to-day operations on the farm, they also own and run Hagan Performance and Ranch Horse Sale.
For more than a decade, Marty Hammond worked for landscaping companies in Niagara Falls before deciding to strike out on his own. He wanted to provide superior service to customers and focus on quality over quantity. So in 2009 he took the leap and started his own company, Ace of Spades Landscaping.