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.
Are you worried about saving for your child’s education after high school? Learn more about the RESP and how you can start saving now for your children's future, and get a boost from the Canadian government.
With so many Canadians incorporating apps into their daily habits, it’s tempting to find a way to get in your customer’s pocket (or purse). But what are the benefits of a mobile app for your small business? Is it worth the investment?
Having an estate plan that includes a Will is critical to having your assets distributed as you wished through the hands of your chosen executor after your death. Without a Will, the courts may appoint someone to liquidate or distribute your assets in a manner you might never have intended.
If you’re self-employed and using your vehicle for business use, are you keeping a mileage log? If you’re audited by the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA), and you don’t have one, the CRA could reject your claims for motor vehicle expenses. Avoid CRA scrutiny with our tips and tricks on keeping a mileage log.