Soybeans, corn & wheat update

April 06, 2022 |The Simpson/Caputo Group of RBC Dominion Securities

Volatility remains high to start the year in the grains and oilseed space, with a combination of weather and political tensions at the forefront.

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Southwestern Ontario Land Values

April 06, 2022 |Ryan R. Parker

Breaking news is readily available at our fingertips these days, and it seems like there is always a new development in the works.

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The rules of family farm transitions are changing

April 06, 2022 |Bud Arnold

When selling a farm corporation, there are more tax advantages selling to a stranger than to someone in your own family.

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AgriStability changes: is it time to participate (again)?

April 06, 2022 |Kyle Martin

In March 2021, the Canadian federal and provincial governments announced changes to the AgriStability program to improve income support for farm producers.

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The drawbacks of deferring taxes

September 02, 2021 |Luc Joye

Most businesses must pay taxes on all income, including accounts receivable and inventory in the year they are created. However, farm businesses are one of the few exceptions, as they are permitted to pay taxes on a cash basis.

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Soybeans, corn & wheat update

September 02, 2021 |The Simpson/Caputo Group

Volatility has been the name of the game for the grain and oilseed markets throughout the 2021 growing season.

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Four reasons to consider renting farmland

September 02, 2021 |Thomas Blonde, Partner, Baker Tilly GWD

The advantages of buying property are well known to most farmers. It is a great way to build equity in your business and usually grows in value over time.

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To build or not to build? Build with relationships anchored in trust

September 02, 2021 |Herman Post

“To build or not to build?” That’s the question so many are asking as they weigh pros and cons.

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Help reduce your risk, boost your business, and improve your rates with this strategy

September 02, 2021 |Carson Burtwistle

As a farmer and business owner, sometimes it can feel like your banker speaks another language. Whether you're applying for a loan, buying the farm next door or upgrading your equipment fleet, focusing on these key aspects can help you improve...

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How to capitalize on a market that's on fire

May 07, 2021 |Phil Spoelstra, Broker, The Farm Ontario Team

We all wondered if the run on real estate might be over! Very few saw the current market conditions coming: multiple offers, prices over asking, increasing quota values, cash deals, etc.

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