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Congratulations Samantha!

Monday, March 2nd, 2020

Congratulations Samantha on successfully passing the CFE and earning her CPA designation! 

If you see her around, make sure you tell her congrats on this major accomplishment!

2300 sq. ft. Commercial Rental Space Available

Wednesday, December 18th, 2019

2,300 sq. ft. of commerical rental space available immediately.  The space is available with multi-year lease terms. Parking stalls available at front of building and facing main street. 

Prime downtown location on 1200 block of 100th Street.

For more information, contact Garth Swanson or Greg Gryba at 306-445-0488 or reception@swansongryba.ca


New Location - 1292 - 100th Street

Friday, November 15th, 2019

Its's official - we moved!

Our new office is located in the former Logan's Audio Video building at 1292 - 100th Street in North Battleford, just north of the main Post Office.  Our new location is easier to find, and offers a completely renovated building, with safer access and better parking.

There will be an open house in the new year - stay tuned for details in the coming weeks. We hope to see you soon in our new location!


Business Matters Volume 33 Issue 5

Tuesday, October 1st, 2019

Cannabis Legislation and the Workplace

In October of 2018, the federal governemnt legalized the possession and use of marijuana for recreational and medicinal purposes in Canada. As a result, business owners have been dealing with a changing landscape. This means that they must understand not only the rights of customers but also the rights of their employees.

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Tax Tips & Traps No.128

Tuesday, October 22nd, 2019

TAX TICKLERS... some quick points to consider...

- The governement of Canada estimates that the difference between the taxes that would be paid if all corporate tax obligations had been fully met, and the tax actually paid and collected in 2014, was between $9.4 and $11.4 billion ($2.7 to $3.5 billion for small and medium enterprises, and $6.7 to $7.9 billion for large corporations).

- In limited cases, employment outside of Canada may entitle taxpayers to employment insurance benefits upon their return to Canada.

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