16 Jan 2018

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.

About Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton

Founded in 1948, Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton has become a Canadian leader in the areas of assurance, tax, advisory services, and business recovery and reorganization, with more than 2,300 professionals, including approximately 200 partners. Together, Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton and Grant Thornton LLP, another Canadian member firm of Grant Thornton International Ltd, comprise more than 4,200 professionals and close to 140 offices across Canada to help Canadian organizations achieve their full growth potential, both locally and globally. Grant Thornton International Ltd’s member and correspondent firms provide clients with the expertise of some 47,000 professionals in more than 130 countries.

Source:

Francis Letendre
Senior Advisor — Public Relations
Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton
Tel.: 514-390-4201
[email protected]

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15 Jan 2018

The new technological tools will revolutionize the way businesses and the accounting world operate. Changes are already in motion. Are these new technologies a risk or an opportunity?

Emilio B. Imbriglio, President and CEO of Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton, sees the change as something positive, and shares, “Accountants will be rid of the routine tasks relating to compiling figures and be able to concentrate on tasks with more added value, such as interpreting figures, coaching and advising.”

 

High added value

As you will recall, Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton launched several digital initiatives such as TAXO, Operio and Catallaxy in recent months.

To learn more about the future of accounting and the new technological era, read the article (in French) published in the December 9, 2017 issue of the accounting profession special section of Les affaires.

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11 Jan 2018

The GR7, the major event for economic growth and innovation in the Thérèse-De Blainville RCM, will take place on February 6, 2018. This economic summit will provide business people with an opportunity to obtain all the pertinent, quality information they need to adopt the solutions that will make their business more resilient.

Businesses and partners alike will also be able to participate in the design of the RCM’s 2018 economic action plan.

Renowned speakers

Individuals attending the event will also be able to hear Stéphane Billette, Minister responsible for Small and Medium Enterprises, Regulatory Streamlining and Regional Economic Development; Emilio B. Imbriglio, President and CEO of Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton, and Richard Perreault, Prefect of the Thérèse-De Blainvillle RCM.

Information and registration

When?

February 6, 2018, from 7:30 a.m. to 11 a.m.

Where?

Centre culturel et communautaire Thérèse-De Blainville (120 Du Séminaire Blvd. in Sainte-Thérèse)

Cost?

$55

Sign up now!

For more information on the conference topics and speakers, consult the Chambre de commerce (CCITBA) website.

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11 Jan 2018

According to Pier-Paul Belzil-Lacasse, Lead Senior Manager and Licensed Insolvency Trustee, “Under the Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act, bankruptcy doesn’t release you from the obligation to pay alimony. The same holds true for debts resulting from fraud, embezzlement or misrepresentation as well as court-ordered fines or penalties and student loans if the student has been out of school for less than seven years.”

For more information, read the article (in French) published in the Journal de Montréal which uses a concrete situation and provides various solution alternatives.