Looseleaf publications for small business

June 26, 2013 | Teresa

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Looseleaf publications

The Business Department at North York Central Library has a law collection that includes loose leaf publications that cover a variety of areas of law.  Loose leaf publications are updated on a continual basis so that the information stays more current than a book. Many of these publications are geared to small business.  Here is a sampling of some of the titles that could assist no matter what stage you are at in your business:

Business Legal Advisor : This how-to guide to business transactions includes information on planning and preparation of supporting documents. It also features commentary, materials and precedents covering : buying and selling a business, family trust,  shareholders, buy-sell agreements, tax implications of a business purchase/sale, incorporation, executive compensation, employment law,  reference to pertinent sections of the Income Tax Act and Interpretation Bulletins. It also includes an extensive number of forms.

PaySource : This service is an authoritative source for answers to payroll questions. It includes the handy annual Quick Facts for Payroll Managers desktop reference chart and a monthly newsletter, PaySource.  PaySource covers everything you need to know about payroll, from setting up a payroll system to commentary on key issues to up-to-the-minute changes in payroll laws across Canada.

Canadian Business Management Manual : Just about every area that can affect a business is covered in this source. Designed for business managers, Canadian Business Management Manual is helpful to anyone who is responsible for managing a large or small organization or a particular area of a business. It provides easy-to-read information on a wide range of business and human resources issues, along with examples, checklists, and procedures.

Ontario Tax ReporterOntario Tax Reporter is for anyone in business in Ontario. It includes statutes, regulations, official  government publications and commentary with respect to income tax (personal and corporate), retail sales tax, capital tax, employer health tax, land transfer tax, tobacco tax, fuel and gasoline taxes, municipal tax, and more.

Ontario Corporations Law Guide : The Guide includes a detailed discussion of the Ontario Business Corporations Act, focusing on such topics as incorporation, corporate finance, directors and officers,  shareholders, financial disclosure, and much more. The Guide also deals with special types of corporations, including extra-provincial corporations, corporations without share capital, insurance corporations, co-operatives and credit unions.

Stop by and have a look at these and others that we have in our collection.

 

 

 

 

 

 


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