09 Jan 2018
Louis Roy
Partner and president of Catallaxy | CPA, CA | Digital and technology consulting

Can you pay your suppliers using cryptocurrency? A young entrepreneur from Trois-Rivières thinks you can and plans to give it a try!

Virtual currency and mandatory reporting

Louis Roy, Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton Partner and Leader of the Catallaxy subsidiary stated, “Bitcoins are increasingly popular, because their value is constantly fluctuating. However, taxes are payable on every transaction. As a result, if a supplier agrees to be paid in bitcoins, he or she will have to report the gain or income and this is something very few people are aware of.”

For more information on bitcoins and cryptocurrencies, read the article published (in French) in the Nouvelliste.

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09 Jan 2018

Éric Dufour, Regional Vice-President of the Saguenay-Lac-St-Jean Region and Business Transfer Leader, believes that it takes five to eight years to undertake a successful business transfer.

Our expert explains, “It’s important to take the time to reflect and implement a transfer plan that includes among others, a business staging component—that is, an improvement plan to prepare a portrait of the business, analyze what’s happening, review threats and opportunities. Human resources, finances, clients should all come under review and key individuals should be identified.”

The human and psychological aspects are key areas that can impact the value of a business, in addition to the numbers.

To learn more about business transfer good practices, read the article (in French) in La Presse.

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03 Jan 2018

Québec is becoming a location of choice for major global bitcoin stakeholders because of its low-cost electricity and cold climate, a major advantage in controlling server temperatures.

“Representatives are sent here, to Québec, to find specific locations,” explains Louis Roy, Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton Partner and leader of the Catallaxy blockchain subsidiary that provides blockchain technology support services and assistance to cryptocurrency businesses wishing to set up in Québec.

For more information, listen to Bahador Zabihiyan’s report on Radio-Canada or read the report on the Radio-Canada site (in French).

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21 Dec 2017

On November 29, 2017, Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton celebrated 40 years of history in Chandler with a festive cocktail.

The office shares this pride with clients and business partners, who have placed their trust in this office over the years and who continue, to this day, to motivate close to fifteen professionals to excel. About 120 clients, business partners and employees attended the cocktail, contributing to a very festive ambiance.

Richard Chrétien, Partner in charge of the Chandler office, said “We also owe this pride to its founder, Pierre Georges, who, through his entrepreneurship, marked the history of our firm and that of local businesses by choosing to join up with Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton.”

In the 40-year foothold in the RCM of Rocher-Percé, the partners and employees at Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton are proud to affirm that they have supported thousands of clients and dozens of local organizations in job creation, innovation development and local business’s growth and competitiveness.

Michel Gagné, Senior Manager at the Chandler office, added, “If our firm’s presence is so strong in the RCM of Rocher-Percé, Gaspé, Lower St. Lawrence and French-speaking New Brunswick regions, where you’ll find 14 of our offices, it’s thanks to our invaluable clients and business partners. They are our raison d’être, just like all of our colleagues who, each day, leverage their expertise and professionalism for the communities and their various players. We are proud to have been guiding our clients in their successes for the past 40 years and we trust we’ll remain a business partner of choice in their successes for many years to come.”