Looking to learn the basics of bookkeeping for farms? It’s the first step in growing solid financial management practices for your business. Join YA and SPEC (Society Promoting Environmental Conservation) for a 1.5 hour webinar laying out the foundations of farm bookkeeping, business set up, payroll and your first year-end tax report!
NOTE: This webinar is going to focus on bookkeeping within the context of Canadian agriculture and tax regulation.
Date: Wednesday, March 8, 2017
Time: 10:30 AM – 12:00 PM PST
Beginner Farm Bookkeeping
- Basic Principles of Bookkeeping
- GST & PST Registration
- Expenses & Depreciation
- Hired Help and Volunteers
- Payroll Basics
- Year End Tax Report
Presenter: Sasha Kubicek
Sasha Kubicek has been practicing accounting and bookkeeping for the last 17 years. He currently runs his own bookkeeping/accounting practice with his biggest clients Hoyne Brewing and Saanich Organics. When not doing the books for Hoyne or Saanich Organics, Sasha is helping his wife, Robin, co-manage Sea Bluff Farm.
Host: Society Promoting Environmental Conservation
SPEC is one of the oldest environmental organizations in Canada. For more than 45 years SPEC has brought a range of environmental concerns to the attention of policy makers, industry and the public. Through our public education programs and advocacy work, SPEC works hard to raise public awareness on issues and encourage policies and practices that lead to urban sustainability. We believe that by working together with citizens, government and industry we can reach our goal of creating a truly healthy, liveable environment.
BONUS: WE WANT YOUR FARM FINANCE QUESTIONS!!!
Do you have a burning question or an issue you would like an accountant’s advice on? We’ll be answering farmer submitted questions with Sasha throughout the webinar. Send your thoughts to kristen @ youngagrarians.com
This webinar is being produced in conjunction with the Young Agrarians Business Mentorship Network and is made possible with the support of our generous funders!!
2015, 2016, & 2017 Funding for the Young Agrarians Business Mentorship Network Pilot is provided in part by Vancity, Salt Spring Coffee, Rotary Hastings Sunrise, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada and the BC Ministry of Agriculture through programs delivered by the Investment Agriculture Foundation of BC.