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FBC provides tax consultation to our farm and small business clients year-round.

In a poll of 5,000 office professionals from North America, the United Kingdom, France and Australia, an overwhelming 83% indicated that their productivity is adversely affected by working with an excessive amount of documentation, according to a recent poll done by software company Adobe.
The following tips can help you keep up to date with the ever changing Canadian tax laws and the business world so you can focus your efforts on managing your employees and your small business.
When it comes to more specific assistance, the Canada Revenue Agency may not be the most reliable resource to turn to, based on an internal survey recently released.
Small business owners understand that one of the main factors employees take into consideration when determining what company they want to work for is salary, but what many small businesses may underestimate is the importance of maintaining a friendly atmosphere.
Incorporating is a decision that every company has to make at one point or another. If this is something that you've thought about, here are a few things you should take into consideration before you make the move.
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.
If you're a small business owner who hasn't made your new year's resolutions, a great one is to become more organized so that you can reduce your company's tax obligations.
With winter weather being what it is in Canada - several months of often bitterly cold temperatures, accompanied by frozen precipitation - it can make for treacherous driving. Yet despite the season being relatively young, there has been a high number of accidents involving commercial truckers in Ontario, raising the alarm of traffic safety officials.
The following tips can help you keep your records and bookkeeping in order throughout the year so that you don't have to dread tax season.
Whether it's finding a solution to a process problem at work, effectively managing employee relationships or getting to the bottom of a clerical error on financial statements, Canada is a nation of problem solvers, according to the results of a new survey.
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