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Time, tax and farm transition: Strategies for next generation producers - Stratford

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Time, tax and farm transition: Strategies for next generation producers - Stratford

Time: February 5, 2020 from 9am to 5pm
Location: Stratford Country Club - Dining Room
Street: 53 Romeo Street North
City/Town: Stratford, ON N5A 6S2
Website or Map: http://www.fcc.ca/workshops.
Phone: 1-888-332-3301.
Event Type: workshop
Organized By: Farm Credit Canada
Latest Activity: Jan 30, 2020

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Event Description

Are you a young producer taking over a family farming operation? Will you inherit farm assets and tax liability? Lance Stockbrugger can help you use this gift of planning time to develop winning strategies for transition.

Farm Credit Canada invites agriculture producers to come out and learn from experts in the agriculture industry at an FCC Workshop coming soon to your region.

FCC Workshops are a practical way to help producers improve their management skills, get information and insight from leading farm management experts and gain a deeper understanding of the business of agriculture.

Highlights of the event:

Learn why time is your ally as you take over the farm
Get tips on avoiding the deferred tax trap
Build a sound plan for successful transition
Gain peace of mind from knowing you’re ready

The speaker is:

Lance Stockbrugger
Farmer, speaker, accountant

Lance is a chartered accountant with over 20 years of experience in public practice working directly with agriculture producers. Lance uses his knowledge and experience to assist producers with transition planning, intergenerational transfers, and tax reorganizations. Along with his wife Marie, Lance is living his life ambition operating LDS Farms, a cereal, oilseed and pulse farm in Central Saskatchewan.


This event is complimentary for all producers. Participants can register online at www.fcc.ca/workshops or by calling 1-888-332-3301.

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