Free Canadian Government Funding & Tax Workshop: April 17th & 30th

Small and medium-sized businesses in Burlington, Ontario and the surrounding area are invited to visit a Free Canadian Government Funding & Tax Minimization Strategy Workshop co-hosted by Mentor Works Ltd; the Canadian government funding experts, and Richter LLP, professional tax, audit, and risk management consultants.

Canadian Government Funding Workshop for Small and Medium-sized Businesses

Mentor Works Ltd. Funding resources are available for small businesses from both the provincial and federal levels of government; the challenge is how to find and take advantage of what is out there.  In her presentation, Bernadeen will cover financing trends, the different types of government resources, how to find them, and how to harness these opportunities to fund your business.  After 18 years as an executive and general manager, Bernadeen began coaching organizations on small business financing options.

Bernadeen McLeod CEO & Principle of Mentor Works Ltd.
Bernadeen McLeod

Bernadeen McLeod, CEO & Principal at Mentor Works Ltd. As a corporate mentor and Canadian government funding, Bernadeen helps business owners and executives revitalize and grow their businesses while building engaged teams and increased profits.   Her presentation on small business grants, loans, and tax credits will take the mystery out of government funding and highlight the several options available to your business.    Mentor Works supports the identification, application support and writing of different types of government funding programs.  They help businesses harness the opportunities of the Top 50 Canadian government funding programs to help contribute to their smart cash flow planning.


Taming the Tax Beast

Richter LLP, CanadaLet’s face it – NOBODY enjoys paying tax.  It’s a necessary evil, but that doesn’t mean companies and their owners should be paying more than they have to.  In his presentation, Mitch discusses a variety of high-impact strategies that CEOs of private corporations (with revenue ranging from $2M to $100M) can employ in order to send less of their hard-earned money to the government.  In his interactive and engaging style, Mitch will cover a variety of traps to avoid and opportunities to exploit in order to ‘tame the tax beast’ – from multiplying the capital gains exemption and small business deduction, to paying significant and legitimate tax-free income to family members…and many ideas in between.

Mitch Silverstein
Mitch Silverstein

Mitch Silverstein, a partner at Richter LLP, has a passion for helping clients save every possible dollar of tax, while protecting their assets and growing their businesses. Mitch isn’t a stereotypical, introverted accountant. His energy is contagious, his strategic thinking is inspiring, and his flair for public speaking has resulted in him becoming a sought-after presenter on a variety of tax and business enhancement strategies.  For over 25 years, entrepreneurial business owners across all industries have benefited from Mitch’s ability to make strategic tax and business planning easy to understand and implement, while providing tremendous value to their corporations and families.   Also answering questions that business owners have when considering business grants and loans.


Event Dates/ Location:  

Wednesday, April 17th 2013 from 10AM to 12PM in Markham, Ontario

Markham Small Business Centre 7271 Warden Ave  Markham, ON L3R 5X5 Canada

Register for Markham Event


Tuesday, April 30th 2013 from 10AM to 12PM in Burlington, Ontario

1100 Burloak Drive, Suite 300,Burlington, On L7L 6B2

Register for Burlington Event

*Both events Coffee & refreshments will be available from 9:45AM

 Additional Information on Canadian Government Funding Opportunities for Small and Medium-Sized Businesses

If you firm has at least 15 employees and has been incorporated for a minimum of 2 years then please Contact a Canadian Government Funding Expert to learn about the government funding for business opportunities you have been missing out on.   To stay current on Canadian Government Funding mechanisms available to your business, please sign up for our Weekly Ontario Small Business Funding Newsletter and follow us on TwitterLinkedIn, and Google+.



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