Canada Small Business News Round-up – 2009/05/05

Here is this week’s news round-up for home business, micro business, sole-traders, freelancers, self-employed and any one who is interested in small business news from Canada:

  • Charting the right course through an outbreak: How can Infonaut build a market for a unique infection mapping system without appearing to exploit the flu outbreak?
  • Sculpting on screen: Three-dimensional modelling helps smaller operations go more quickly from concept to finished product
  • Can’t Pay Income Tax: What to do if you can’t pay the income tax you owe. Part of the income tax FAQ for Canadian small businesses.
  • Business Expenses: An explanation of the types of business expenses that Canadian businesses are allowed to claim on their income tax in Canada. This information on business expenses is part of the Canadian Income Tax FAQs for small businesses.
  • Forms of Business Canada: Choosing the right form of business or business structure for your business is important because the form of business you choose will govern how your business is organized, how the money that flows in and out of your business is handled, and how your business is taxed. These resources will help you choose a business structure when you’re starting a small business in Canada.
  • Boost your business with an advisory board: Whether you are a “lone wolf” entrepreneur or part of a family dynasty, every business person can benefit from the impartial advice of a peer.
  • Business Model Examples: If you’re not making the money you want to be making, maybe your business model is broken. C.J. Hayden explains how to fix your broken business model by providing business model examples to help you generate more income.

As always this list is not exhaustive, but I hope it will give you a little overview. — ST.

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