30 Jun 2021

Facilitate and optimize your company’s financial management with a powerful platform that pools all of your financial information.

An organization must constantly improve its processes and optimize its financial performance to remain competitive. Our experts can help you achieve your goals by advising you on best management practices and directing you to the technology solutions that best meet your needs.

To reduce the risk and complexity of integrating and validating your financial data, OneStream, a recent partner of our firm, offers a cloud-based or in-house solution that unifies corporate performance management (CPM) processes such as financial planning, closing and consolidation, financial reporting and analysis.

Scalable platform with advanced features

Integrating OneStream into your management processes will help:

  • Limit the complexity of financial transactions by unifying processes;
  • Eliminate underlying risks of integrating, validating and reconciling data between several products, applications or modules;
  • Promote your business’s agility by adapting to its needs over time;
  • Inform and accelerate decision-making by providing the organization with up-to-date financial and operational information it needs;
  • Improve performance thanks to its more advanced features compared to those of current CPM applications;
  • Make it easier to reflect corporate standards while meeting business unit level detail requirements and processes;
  • Free up the finance team from administrative tasks and allow them to spend their time on value-added analysis.

We know that our clients demand the highest technology standards, and we are pleased to be able to offer this leading-edge solution to help them with their financial optimization process.

Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton’s financial performance team brings together more than 40 experts and a growing number of technology partners. Our consultants have the skills needed to support you in integrating and using the technological tools you need for your business.

Contact our experts to learn more about this solution and get tailored support.

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22 Jun 2021

Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton and the CQFF join forces to promote tax training and information across Quebec

Montreal, June 22, 2021 – Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton, a firm that employs many of Quebec’s leading taxation experts, is pleased to announce a partnership with the Centre québécois de formation en fiscalité (CQFF). This move will ensure the long-term viability of the institution, which every year provides training to more than 10,000 people working in the fields of taxation, accounting and financial planning.

The CQFF is dedicated to offering high-quality tax training and information, and has enjoyed exceptional success since it was established in 1992. Every year, its services reach thousands of accountants, financial planners, tax specialists, SME controllers, finance managers and other professionals who require a solid understanding of taxation issues.

“This alliance is a terrific opportunity to strengthen our service offering,” said Pascal Leclerc, a tax partner at Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton. “Our firm already has a dedicated tax research team that publishes thought-leading content. This alliance will significantly increase knowledge-sharing with the financial and taxation community. It will also enhance the professional development of our in-house experts and thereby enable them to provide added value to our clients.”

“The basis for this alliance is our shared commitment to accelerating and promoting knowledge-sharing, particularly in an era where tax policies and changing regulations could significantly alter our business environment,” said Yves Chartrand, CQFF founder and instructor. “We’re excited at the prospect of helping even more professionals advance their knowledge thanks to Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton’s broad network.”

The CQFF will be releasing its annual training calendar in the next few days and will maintain its independent approach, which is based on explaining the various administrative practices used by tax authorities, as well as simplifying information and sharing innovative strategies.
About the Centre québécois de formation en fiscalité

The Centre québécois de formation en fiscalité (CQFF Inc.) is a privately owned taxation training company that was founded in 1992 to provide high-quality tax training and concrete, practical information. Its priorities are making tax information easier to understand and revealing the administrative practices used by tax authorities. More than 10,200 people have attended CQFF training activities in the past year.

About Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton

Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton is a professional services firm that has been dedicated to the success of organizations and their leaders since 1948. The firm’s advisors are committed to helping clients thrive by obtaining a deep understanding of what is important to them, their business and their industry. This knowledge, combined with a team of motivated and talented professionals help accelerate growth. A Quebec and Canadian leader in the areas of assurance, tax, advisory services and business recovery and reorganization, Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton boasts more than 2,700 professionals, including approximately 200 partners, working in over 100 offices across the province of Quebec and in the Ottawa and Edmundston regions.

Together with Grant Thornton LLP, another Canadian firm, and the Grant Thornton global organization, our global footprint spans across close to 140 countries with over 58,200 people who provide real insight, a fresh perspective and agility to keep clients moving ahead.


Francis Letendre
Head – Public Affairs
Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton
[email protected]

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13 May 2021

Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton continues to shine in Quebec in Léger’s annual corporate reputation survey as the accounting firm most admired by Quebecers. The firm ranked first in its sector.

For over 70 years, in every region across Quebec and in the Ottawa and Edmundston regions, Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton is proud to support the success of local leaders and contribute to building ever more innovative organizations and communities.

This distinction regarding the Firm’s reputation underscores the diligent work and expertise of its 2,700 professionals in more than 100 offices, even during a pandemic. Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton has demonstrated its commitment to service excellence and quality on behalf of organizations in all activity sectors.

The Léger reputation study includes 330 Quebec and Canadian organizations and was conducted among over 32,000 Canadians, including nearly 15,000 in Quebec. Our firm continues to meet the six core pillars of reputation recognized by Léger, including financial strength, quality of products and services, social responsibility, honesty and transparency, attachment and innovation.

Thank you very much for your trust in Quebec’s leading firm!

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22 Apr 2021

The filing deadline of individuals income tax returns is not postponed and remains on April 30, 2021 (or June 15 if applicable).

No filing or payment deadline extensions are announced in 2021 for corporations, trusts, partnerships or any other obligations.

Relief for beneficiaries of COVID-19 related benefits

Individuals who received COVID-19 related benefits during 2020 (CERB, CESB, Canada Recovery or EI benefits) will not be required to pay interest on any outstanding federal and Quebec income tax debt for the 2020 tax year until April 30, 2022 if they duly file their tax return and if their taxable income is $75,000 or less in 2020. Interest will start after April 30, 2022 on any amount owing for the 2020 tax year.

This is not a filing deadline extension, so the late filing penalty will apply if the return is filed after April 30 (or June 15) 2021, subject to the relief announced in Quebec.

Relief announced in Québec (April 15, 2021)

No late filing penalty will be imposed and no interest will be applied on the 2020 tax balance if the income tax return is filed and the tax balance is paid on or before May 31, 2021.

Penalties will apply for a tax return filed after Monday, May 31, 2021. Interest will be imposed on the unpaid tax balance on May 31, and this, as of June 1, 2021, except for citizens who benefit from a holiday because they received benefits related to COVID-19.