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Tax Planning Guide

This Tax planning guide is a tool to help you with tax planning and filing your income tax returns.

Please note that we are transitioning to a new web platform in time for the autumn. In the meantime, you’ll find our tax guide and tables below, in a free downloadable format.

You’ll find all the tax information you need for:

  • Tax system;
  • Individuals and Families;
  • Education;
  • Health, Seniors and Caregivers;
  • Employees;
  • Businesses;
  • Investments;
  • Retirement Assistance Programs;
  • U.S. Tax;
  • Estate Planning;
  • Deceased Persons;
  • Social Programs and Benefits.


For the 40th year, our experts have examined the numerous federal and provincial tax measures and prepared this complementary 2022-2023 Tax Planning Guide to help you find your way through the tax maze.

Taxes are a complex issue. Few documents present a comprehensive compilation of the most recent tax information to help individuals and managers avoid unpleasant surprises.

Each section starts with new developments for the 2023-2024 fiscal year in Canada, with details for Quebec, Ontario and New Brunswick.

Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton not only offers its services throughout Quebec, but also in eastern Ontario and Edmundston, New Brunswick. Therefore, we have included a number of references to the rules that apply in these provinces.

The planning suggestions in the Tax Planning Guide are general in nature and should not be considered a substitute for the recommendations of your tax advisor.

This document is current as of August 31, 2023 and reflects the state of the law, including proposed amendments as of that date.