CHATHAM, ON, July 10, 2014 /CNW/ - Collins Barrow accountant William Bishop recently presented to members of the Canadian Association of Farm Advisors. His session addressed alternative minimum tax, focusing on its impact on farmers during the sale or transfer of personally owned farmland.
"When triggered, capital gains and their related deductions are extremely complex," says William. "Collins Barrow assists clients with understanding their options. We work with you to minimize the tax burden and ensure maximum value is realized at every stage of the business life cycle."
SOURCE: Collins Barrow National Cooperative Incorporated
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