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Federal Budget Commentary 2018

Feb 28, 2018

Canada's commentary on the budget's key measures, implications, and changes that matter most to you and your business.

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The Case for Making Cash Flow Projections

Feb 15, 2018

Preparing a cash flow projection as part of your annual farm budget process could provide a signal that changes are needed for the upcoming year.

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Ag Outlook 2018

Feb 13, 2018

Innovation Credit Union and Stark & Marsh CPA LLP held Ag Outlook 2018 on February 13th 2018. Several speaker presentations are now available.

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Cattlemen's & Cattlewomen's Golf Tournament

Jan 22, 2018

The Swift Current Cattlemen's & Cattlewomen's Golf Tournament is taking place July 6th, 2018 at the Elmwood Golf Course as a fundraising initiative for the Arnal Brothers Memorial Bursary.

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Morneau's small business tax changes promise simpler rules for income sprinkling

Dec 13, 2017

Family members working at least 20 hours a week will be spared from resonableness test under new guidelines

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Ottawa Drops Proposal to Eliminate Deferred Cash Purchase Tickets

Nov 07, 2017

The federal government has decided to not make any changes to how it treats deferred cash purchase tickets for grain after proposing in the 2017 budget to potentially eliminate the option.

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Updates to the Proposed Income Tax Changes for Private Corporations

Oct 24, 2017

The proposed changes targeted three main areas: Income Sprinkling, Holding Passive Investments Inside a Private Corporation and Converting Income into Capital Gains. During the week of October 16, 2017, the Department of Finance issued daily news releases relating to the proposed changes.

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Finance Department Tax Proposals - Advocating for a better process

Sep 07, 2017

Tax planning strategies that will effect farmers, small business owners and their employers. We encourage you to contact the Minister of Finance with your personal opinion... Here is ours

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How Do the PST Changes Impact Us?

Apr 05, 2017

Effective April 1, 2017, the Provincial Sales Tax (PST) applies to services to real property. Taxable services include construction, alteration, repair, erection, remodeling, improvement, or any other service in relation to real property or a building or other structure on real property, whereby the value or use of the real property is improved.

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