21 Dec 2017

A team from our firm skied to help children during Tremblant’s 24h, a relay challenge that took place on December 9-10, 2017. The Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton team excelled, finishing 21st among the 365 teams and raising $21,733.

Our team was sponsoring Danyk, and these invaluable donations will help fund the Fondation Charles-Bruneau’s research projects.

Also of note is Alexandre Joly’s achievement, ranking 6th in the individual fundraising race and earning a place on the Honour Roll of Tremblant’s 24h’s Loyalty Club.

This was Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton’s first time participating in the event. Thank you to our donor clients and to the Laval and Montréal office partners and employees for their generosity and to the participants who made this success story possible.

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21 Dec 2017

The Holiday Season is the time for celebrating with family and friends, but it’s also the opportunity for one last effort to adopt various tax strategies that can help you reduce your tax bill.

Sylvain Moreau, Tax Partner at Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton, has a few simple, efficient end-of-year tax tips that you can put in place before December 31st or at the beginning of 2018.

For more information, read the article published in the December 20th issue of the Journal de Montréal (in French)!

Sylvain Moreau is also a columnist for the Argent – Dans vos poches section of the Journal de Montréal and the Journal de Québec; Québecor’s two major newspapers.

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21 Dec 2017

Éric Dufour, Saguenay-Lac-St-Jean Regional Vice-President and Business Transfer leader, is appealing for better support for our entrepreneurs and wealth creators in Québec.

In his opinion, the regulatory and administrative burden imposed on business people is detrimental to the start-up and development of businesses in the Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean.

For more information, read the article published in Le Quotidien last December 9th (in French).

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20 Dec 2017

President Trump’s tax reform went a step further towards being adopted on December 19. As explained by Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton’s International Tax Partner Pierre Bourgeois to the Le Devoir, “the federal corporate tax rate would drop from 35% to 21%. In the various States, this rate may vary between 0% and 15%, for an average rate of 5% to 7%. The combined rate will therefore be about 26%, which corresponds more or less to the combined federal-Quebec rate”. Read the article.