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Collins Barrow National Cooperative Incorporated
180 Northfield Drive West
Suite 4
Ontario N2L 0C7
By Bob Boser
On July 18, 2017 the Federal Finance Minister announced proposals to change the tax rules related to income splitting using private corporations.
By Janet Foster
For anyone making the transition to self-employment, deciding whether to incorporate is a major decision.
By Leanne Alexander
If you make the decision to buy or sell farmland without first talking to an advisor, you are likely to find yourself in a predicament that can be difficult (and costly) to resolve.
By Chris Russell
There are numerous components that go into valuing the assets of an active business. In simplified terms, those components can be characterized as the value of normalized discretionary cash flow...
By Catherine Rau, Scott Dupuis, CPA, CA
As outlined in the March Tax Alert, the 2018 Budget includes a measure designed to slow the accumulation of passive investments within active corporations.
By Collins Barrow National Cooperative Inc.
On Jan 1, 2018, the Alberta Fair and Family Friendly Workplaces Act (also know as bill 17) was passed into law.
By Kathy Byvelds
If you're a farmer using the cash method to report income and claim expenses, you have flexibility in determining your taxable income on a year-to-year basis.
By Peter Hobb
When planning for the succession of your farm operation to the next generation, several important issues can arise. Some of the key issues include how the goals and objectives ...
By Heather Milburn
Our lives and the world around us are in a constant state of change. Why then, do so many organizations struggle to make time for continuous process improvement?
By Ben Berci
Audits and assessments undertaken by the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) that uncover errors or omissions by a taxpayer can lead to significant penalties.
By Kari Viglasky
There's a war for talent all over the world. Baby Boomers are rapidly retiring, and we have a severe labour shortage in Canada.
By Luc Joye
nter-generational farm transfers are common as succession plans.
By Collins Barrow National Cooperative Inc.
Is yours a mid-sized law firm newly embarking on a PR campaign? Where should you begin? Similar to the pretrial steps taken by parties to a litigation, a good place to start is with "discovery."
By Collins Barrow National Cooperative Inc.
Technological advancements and AI, or artificial intelligence, are affecting the business and legal worlds in increasing ways, challenging the tasks historically ruled by humans
By Michael Brown CPA CA, Sheldon Taylor
Although cryptocurrencies have existed since Bitcoin emerged in 2009, this medium of exchange has experienced a massive surge in popularity in recent months.
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