MONTRÉAL, January 16, 2018 – For the 34th year, Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton is pleased to offer the Tax Planning Guide to assist individuals in planning their taxes. The complementary 2017-2018 version is available online.
Emilio B. Imbriglio, Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton President and CEO stated: “Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton understands the importance of keeping up with the numerous tax measures to maximize your tax refund. For the past 70 years, our firm has been providing key business advisory services to local managers on a daily basis. We strive for excellence and top quality services, and are proud to continue the tradition of offering this publication. Our clients are very appreciative of the information in this vital tool for taxpayers.”
Luc Lacombe, Tax Partner, added: “Our Tax Planning Guide is designed to meet the needs of individuals who want an efficient tool with clear, concise information in order to meet certain tax obligations. The Guide also contains Corporate Tax and U.S. Federal Tax tables, Recent Changes at the beginning of each section, as well as additional tax information for other provinces. Our main goal is to help you plan better and file properly.”
You can consult the 2017-2018 Tax Planning Guide online.
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