In light of COVID-19, the federal and provincial governments announced a number of measures to help reduce the impact of the pandemic on the population and economy. To guide you, your family and your business through this crisis we have prepared a summary of these relief programs and new tax filing measures. We will see this crisis through to the end, together.
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Warren Buffett said, “Risk comes from not knowing what you are doing”. In volatile times like these, there are many unknowns and variables that give rise to significant valuation risks and opportunities. Since March 2020, certain industries have been hit hard, some have demonstrated resilience and others have enjoyed accelerated growth. Industry and company-specific factors […]Click to read more.
The impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic are unprecedented. Given the major disruptions the pandemic has caused, many organizations are now in the process of planning their way out of the crisis and resuming activities in their “new normal”. In the midst of it all, many business owners are questioning whether business risks identified before the […]Click to read more.
According to the “Pulse of the Internal Audit 2020” published by the Institute of Internal Auditors (IIA), “less than half of respondents say their functions devote any portion of the audit plan to third-party relationships”. Ironically, the survey also indicates growing concerns about third-party risks from Chief Audit Executives… As organizations rely more and more on […]Click to read more.