27 Nov 2015

raymondchabot.comCongratulations to the Raymond Chabot team and to TP1, technology partner in this project. The team was a Prix Boomerang finalist in the category “Mass market site or brand application, big business category” at the 21st annual gathering of the digital industry in Quebec, held on November 26 at the Théâtre Maisonneuve of Place des Arts.

Organized by Infopresse and presented by AOL, the Concours Boomerang competition has become synonymous with excellence in the interactive communications and new technology industry, and serves as a showcase of the best in Quebec in this field. Ranking among the finalists for this prize therefore shows the quality of the information and services offered by the Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton Recovery and Reorganization team.

A revised and improved raymondchabot.com

Web visitors to www.raymondchabot.com since the website’s launch last April have recognized the site has been totally renewed and optimized to adapt to various platforms (smartphones, tablets, etc.). Moreover, the content specific to certain types of clientele (personal component or business component) has been added so that all the information found there is clear, useful and targeted.

Congratulations to the entire Raymond Chabot team and to TP1, for this recognition and a job well done!

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20 Nov 2015

“The marketing communications industry represents annual investments estimated at $5.9B and economic returns of $783M”, explained Pierre Fortin, Partner, Management Consulting Group in a La Presse article regarding Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton’s study on the advertising industry, conducted on behalf of the Association of Creative Communications Agencies (A2C).

The results were discussed in interviews by Infopresse and Canal Argent with A2C’s President, Alain Tadros, and General Manager, Dominique Villeneuve.

To read the articles (French only), go to the La Presse and Infopresse websites (full report also available). To view the interview (French only), go to Canal Argent’s website.

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16 Nov 2015


Martin Caron, International Tax Manager at Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton, analyzes elite athletes’ particular tax issues in Eugenie Bouchard et ses impôts floridiens, an article that appeared in La Presse. In his discussion with journalist Vincent Brousseau-Pouliot, Caron explains the tax consequences pertaining to tournament locations, athletes’ sponsorship agreements and choice of residence locations, and what defines a resident’s status in a country.

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15 Nov 2015

As a contributor for Canadian magazine The Bottom Line, Taxation Partner Luc Lacombe reveals ways in which the Quebec Government could recover some revenue. In his opinion, the introduction of a home renovation tax credit is one solution. “If the government introduced a 20 per cent tax credit, as it did in the past, it would ensure that the contractor who is doing the work is declaring his revenues, and therefore recoup even more monies from them in the form of income taxes,” says Luc Lacombe. Check out the full article (page 9 and 11 of the magazine).