24 Feb 2015

On February 4, 2015, La Presse dedicated its portfolio to income tax. Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton’s Tax Partner, Sylvain Moreau, collaborated on the two articles in this special section, which dealt with trends for small business and self-employment. He made observations regarding the trends prevailing in taxation for small business, while providing tips and answering some questions specific to self-employment.

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20 Feb 2015
Emilio B. Imbriglio

Emilio B. Imbriglio

On the occasion of the culinary activities of Montréal en lumière, Emilio B. Imbriglio, President and CEO of Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton, participated in the Web series Le Goût des Affaires, hosted by renowned sommelière Jessica Harnois. The February 20 series kickoff posted a clip by Mr. Imbriglio, which can be viewed on the Les Affaires and Huffington Post websites. At Restaurant Verses in Old Montreal, Ms. Harnois discussed endurance and succession with Mr. Imbriglio and chose a Valais pinot noir to highlight his personality.

These episodes also feature five leading Quebec executives, who draw a parallel between the pleasure of being an entrepreneur and the pleasure of taste. From February 20 to March 1, we will discover the concept of “taste” from the perspective of four other seasoned managers, both in gastronomy and in business. Isabelle Hudon, Senior Vice-President of Sun Life Financial Canada, Marie-Josée Lamothe, General Manager of Google Québec, David Cartier, President of Emballages Cartier and Régis Desjardins, President of Cofomo, will also be interviewed by the sommelière. V Télé reported on the series.

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18 Feb 2015

Sarah Phaneuf, Tax Partner at Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton, collaborated on two articles in Les Affaires, published on December 20 and January 27, concerning the increase in daycare fees announced by the Government in fall 2014.

Ms. Phaneuf explains, in particular, that Revenu Québec will calculate the 2015 contribution according to the net income for the previous year. “The decisions made for your 2014 tax return will have an impact on your contribution in the 2015 return,” the expert explains.

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16 Feb 2015

Marc Audet, President and CEO of Auray Capital (a subsidiary of Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton), explains the success of the Immigrant Investor Program in an article in Maghreb indépendant, published this January 21. According to the expert, the program is advantageous for everyone. “In addition to obtaining landed immigrant and permanent resident status in Canada for himself and his family, the investor contributes through his investment to fund provincial assistance programs for small and medium enterprises, and for integration of immigrants and visible minorities into the workplace,” Mr. Audet points out.

For more information, see the article at the following link: http://maghreb-observateur.com/?p=6997