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Pay Less Tax – Year-End Tips

November 18, 2008

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    TORONTO, Nov. 18 /CNW/ - No business owner wants to pay more tax than he
or she should. So, with the 2008 tax year drawing to a close, it's a good time
to review some of the ways your business can pay less tax. In this episode of
the Business Coach podcast, we'll learn about some last-minute tax strategies
from Stephen Pasquale, senior tax partner with Fuller Laudau LLP, a mid-market
accounting and advisory firm based in Toronto. Topics covered include:-   Why December isn't too late to pay attention to tax strategy
    -   Finding savings in foreign exchange losses
    -   Tax implications of falling inventory values
    -   When to write off bad receivables
    -   Where tax breaks lurk within your personal portfolioThe Business Coach podcast offers insight and information to help
entrepreneurs run their small business better. Launched in October 2006, The
Business Coach podcast is available for download from iTunes, and The Business Coach is co-produced by PROFIT Magazine and BMO
Bank of Montreal.
    Previous episodes of Canada's leading podcast for small business include:
Crisis Communication, Going Global, Managing Generation Y, Recession-proofing,
Lessons from the Dragons' Den, Personal Finance, Better Workplaces, Social
Media, Tax Planning, Going Global, Retiring Rich, Cash Management, Fortune
Hunters, Economic Outlook, Search Engine Optimization, Selling Your Business,
Marketing Taglines, Currency Hedging, IT Security, Community Investment and
Small-Business Branding.
    The Business Coach podcast is offered in both English and French. The
English-language interviews are hosted by Ian Portsmouth. L'actualité
magazine's Pierre Duhamel leads the French-language episodes.

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