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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World markets tank on concerns over the novel coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic, as central banks counter with extraordinary stimulus measures and governments brace for a possible economic reset. Much of what was reported on was published prior to the pandemic really ramping up. Information may have since been revised. As the situation changes now almost day-by-day, […]Click to read more.
Corporate tax No change in tax rates. Introduction of a new deduction for corporations that commercialize and own rights in qualified intellectual property assets developed and resulting from R&D activities carried out in Quebec. This would encompass certain patents filed after March 17, 2016 and copyright-protected software created after March 10, 2020. Creation of a […]Click to read more.
Brexit finally happens and the coronavirus wreaks havoc on the Chinese populace and economy despite progress on the U.S.-China trade agreement. Coronavirus and trade deals affect world economy Increased concerns over the coronavirus outbreak emanating from China have begun affecting world markets. The global spread of the deadly virus led the World Health Organization (WHO) […]Click to read more.