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Help for small and medium sized business owners

Help for small and medium sized business owners

Help for small and medium sized business owners

The Business Development Bank of Canada (BDC) is devoted exclusively to entrepreneurs.

Here is a quick outline of some BDC Financing Options

Online Financing:

  • Been in business for more than 2 years (at least 24 months of sales)
  • Looking for a loan of $100,000 or less
  • They can fill in the application using the link below.  If they don’t have a rep, leave it blank 

https://www.bdc.ca/en/financing/pages/default.aspx

If you require more than $100,000, there is another program being offered by BDC which the details have yet to come out. Rumor has it will be based on completion of (a) statement of personal affairs form by each shareholder (b) application for financing and (c) last 2 years of financials prepared by a CPA

Support for entrepreneurs impacted by the coronavirus COVID-19

Effective March 18, 2020, new relief measures for qualified businesses include:

  • Working capital loans of up to $2 million with flexible repayment terms such as principal postponements for qualifying businesses;
  • Postponement of payments for up to 6 months, free of charge, for existing BDC clients with total BDC loan commitment of $1 million or less;
  • Reduced rates on new eligible loans;
  • Additional details regarding Business Credit Availability Program (BCAP) measures, including industry specific support, to be announced in the coming days.

View BDC.ca special support initiative to learn more.

As always, I welcome your comments, calls and questions.

Steve Garganis 416 224 0114 steve@mortgagenow.ca

Your best interest is my only interest.

Is the Gov’t Stalling on Your Tax Return? Here’s How I Handled it!

Blog Image, CRA, September 2018

Did you file your 2017 taxes on time, yet your NOA is MIA? If so, you’re not alone!

I’ve had this happen with a few of my clients… as well as with my own tax return! That’s right! My accountant filed my personal tax return in April… and for months, I didn’t receive my NOA. Every time I called the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA), they either told me it was coming, they were working on it, or they reminded me they have up to four months to complete the return (FOUR MONTHS!?)!

Well, four months passed… and still nothing! Continue reading “Is the Gov’t Stalling on Your Tax Return? Here’s How I Handled it!”

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