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Avoiding Farm Succession Planning Minefields - A workshop for any farm business owner or manager.

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Avoiding Farm Succession Planning Minefields - A workshop for any farm business owner or manager.

Time: January 20, 2012 from 9am to 4pm
Location: Elgin Business Resource Centre
Street: 300 South Edgeware Road
City/Town: St. Thomas ON
Website or Map: http://www.300 S Edgeware Rd
Event Type: succession, planning, workshop
Organized By: Valerie Clark
Latest Activity: Jan 20, 2012

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Farm Succession Planning may present a host of potential difficulties ranging from the emotional to the technical. This workshop focuses on how to deal with potential communications problems between family members, as well as helping you to understand the guidelines that the Canadian Revenue Agency has in place for the $750,000 Capital Gains Exemption.  Workshop will be lead by Jennifer Stevenson, Business Finance Program Lead, OMAFRA, jennifer.stevenson@ontario.ca

Workshop limited to 25 participants. $50 per person.  Pre-register with payment by March 16, 2012.  To register contact Debra, Elgin Business Resource Centre, 519-633-7597 ext 326, email dwebster@elgincfdc.ca  For more information, watch the OMAFRA website at: http://www.omafra.gov.on.ca/english/busdev/conference/buswkshpsuccession.htm


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