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    Ontario Independent Contractor Agreement


    Cut your costs by hiring a job candidate as an independent contractor rather than an employee under this Independent Contractor Agreement for Ontario employers.

    • Taxes and Remittances. The independent contractor is responsible for remitting his/her own income tax, HST, and other taxes and remittances.
    • Contract Not Exclusive. The relationship between the parties is not exclusive. The contractor may perform similar services for other clients, and the employer may retain other contractors to provide the same or similar services.
    • Expenses. The contractor will pay all of his/her own expenses, including transportation and meal expenses.
    • Profits. The contractor bears his/her own risk of profit and loss with respect to the services performed.
    • Confidentiality. The contractor agrees not to disclose or use any confidential information of the employer.
    • Business Protection. The file includes a Business Protection Agreement with nondisclosure, non-competition and non-solicitation clauses, to be signed by the contractor prior to commencing work.
    • Scope of Law. This Independent Contractor Agreement refers to specific labour laws of the Province of Ontario.
    Download Type: Microsoft Word
    Last Updated: 15-December-2017
    SKU: 8351
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    Canada Shareholder Buy-Sell Agreement (Corporate Redemption Method)


    Would your business survive the death or retirement of one of the owners? Provide for the continued existence of the business with this Canada Shareholder Buy-Sell Agreement (Corporate Redemption Method).

    • The corporation obtains life insurance policies on each of the shareholders and uses the proceeds to fund the redemption, acquisition or cancellation of the corporation's shares.
    • Upon the death of a shareholder, the corporation redeems the deceased shareholder's shares and makes an election that the deemed dividend is to be paid from the capital dividend account to the extent possible.
    • The Agreement contains several different options for methods of valuating the shares.
    • The Agreement is made pursuant to the Income Tax Act (Canada).

    The Canadian Shareholder Buy-Sell Agreement (Corporate Redemption Method) is available as a downloadable and fully editable MS Word template.

    Retirement Planning Strategies for Canadians


    Worried about saving enough for retirement? Learn how to identify and take advantage of the best ways to save for your retirement with Retirement Planning Strategies for Canadians.

    Topics include:
    • dynamics of financial planning,
    • determining personal goals,
    • sources of retirement income,
    • tax consequences,
    • preparation and implementation of a specific plan of action,
    • alternative strategies in the event of a shortfall.

    Retirement Planning Strategies for Canadians, © Chimo Financial Services. This guide is intended for Canadian citizens, whether they live in or outside of Canada.

    Vital Knowledge for Canadian Retirement Planning

    Are you ready for retirement? Do you know the 10 most common errors of retirement planning among Canadians? Vital Knowledge for Your Retirement Planning, by Lyle Manery, BA, CLU, CHFC, walks you through the process starting with your first investment decision.
    • Gain knowledge of the many issues which affect your financial future so you can make wise decisions.
    • Estate creation, conservation and distribution are all integral parts of the retirement planning process. These are all covered in this book.
    • Learn about the concepts and programs available in Canada that should be considered when making these important decisions.
    • This guide reflects Canadian tax laws and is intended for Canadian residents.
    Vital Knowledge for Your Retirement Planning is a 65-page e-book. Available in PDF format so it can be downloaded into Kindle, Sony Reader or other e-readers.

    Succession Planning and the Family Business


    "Succession Planning and the Family Business" will guide you through the issues to consider when planning your succession ⁄ exit strategy so that you can retire and pass on your business to the next generation.

    Topics include:
    • examining the reasons for leaving the business to family members,
    • the most common mistakes in family-based succession plans,
    • determining what is best for succeeding generations,
    • tips for a successful succession plan.

    Every family business should have a succession plan in place. This expert guide, written by a lawyer who specializes in succession planning, is a great tool to help you build yours.