Farm Management: Business Arrangements and Taxation

 
 
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Business Structures

Whether starting a business or continuing the investment, the right business structure can assist in your success. It is important to evaluate both short term and long term objectives of your business when deciding on the appropriate structure.
Tax Strategies

Tax planning strategies either fall into a deferral or tax or savings of tax, it is important for farmers to understand the options available and how to utilize them in a farm business. Legal Agreements and Contracts

Contracts are enforceable agreements between 2 or mulitple parties. Every contract should be evaluated individually and considered carefully before reaching an agreement. Farm Transition Resources

Case Studies
These fictional case studies help illustrate common situations in the industry and provide alternative scenarios to explore. Transition Planning Guide for Agribusiness
A comprehensive guide to transition planning for agribusiness adapted by Alberta Agriculture and Forestry. Alberta Taxation and Financial Planning Specialist Farm Succession Resources






    There are a number of business structures, arrangements, and tax strategies that a producer may utilize in the management of their farm. It is important to understand and evaluate both the short term and long term objectives of a business and seek professional advice before implementing a structure.



    For more information, please contact Alberta Ag-Info Centre
    Call toll free at 310-FARM (3276)
 
 
 
 
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This information published to the web on May 10, 2013.
Last Reviewed/Revised on April 3, 2017.