Would leaving the plastic at home once a week make you a more responsible spender? That’s the idea behind Credit Free Fridays, an initiative by finance guru and TV host Gail Vaz-Oxlade and CFIB.
Have you considered trading the nine to five slog for your own business venture? You’re in good company – small business owners are the lifeblood of the Canadian economy! As unemployment continues to be a national issue, more people are foregoing the job market altogether and going into business for themselves.
Baby boomer business owners are becoming much more common. As many delay their retirement until later in life, or are looking for ways to supplement their savings and income, entrepreneurship is becoming a popular option for boomers.
Small business in Canada is a huge force – read on to see how entrepreneurs are driving Canada’s economy.
Did you know that it’s Red Tape Awareness Week? This initiative, run by the CFIB, is an effort to reduce slow government processes and increase productivity for small businesses – the backbone of Canada’s economy.
What’s the lifeblood of Canada’s workforce? A great idea, solid business plan and plenty of courage, for starters. Small business owners drive Canada’s economy – and they’re faced with financial challenges every step of the way.
Thinking of small business expansion? Check out our tips for determining if it’s the right time – and if you can truly afford to grow your business.
With so many details to consider when launching a small business, it can be easy to neglect your financial plan. Keep an eye out for these money pitfalls.
Despite a slowing economy, Canadian small business continues to boom. Read more about the driving factors behind this entrepreneurial spirit, and what you need to know when considering the leap to self employment.
The Conservative government has released highlights from their Fall agenda, and small business tax breaks are on the table. This measure would boost Canadian job creation, as well as support the exporting industry.