When we refer to taxation, we’re talking about the taxes collected by the different levels of government on income or consumption, used to finance their activities.
However, everyone should be aware that there are ways to reduce the amounts owing by carefully planning transactions or actions that are to be carried out in the short, medium or long term.
Our firm puts its experience to work for you to minimize your tax burden related to the different transactions that you make (daily or for business) and those for businesses you operate or start.
Our firm specializes in the application of tax law (income tax and payroll deductions) for all areas of tax liability, such as:
- Tax and estate planning;
- Tax credits for scientific research and experimental development;
- Business startups;
- Investments in Canada;
- Asset protection;
- Major real estate transactions;
- Wealth management;
- Tax shelters;
- Income trusts;
- Company reorganizations.
We can also help you with many other problems, thanks to our network of providers and collaborators, including:
- Consumption taxes and duties;
- Legal implications of a transaction that has or might be made; and
- Certification of financial statements.
Profile — a team of specialists at your service
CPA, LL.M. Taxation, TEP
A chartered professional accountant with a Master’s degree in Taxation Law from the Université de Montréal and HEC, Patric St-Onge has worked as a tax specialist for more than twenty-five years. Over the course of his career, he has managed major files requiring him to apply complex tax concepts.
He has also given a variety of talks and interviews on numerous occasions, both for professionals in the industry and for the public at large, including:
- Speaker for the Ordre des comptables agréés du Québec
- Tax expert on TV and radio shows in collaboration with journalists covering the economy.
During his career, Patric Saint-Onge has developed expert knowledge of Canadian taxation, particularly with respect to business owners and the tax challenges they face: business succession, buying and selling a business, divorce, death, post-mortem planning, asset protection and non-residents’ investments in Canada.
Patric Saint-Onge has also developed specialist expertise in specific areas of the economy, such as real estate investments and active stock market investing.
A chartered accountant with a Master’s degree in Taxation from the Université de Sherbrooke, Richard Joly has worked in the field of taxation for more than 25 years. He has worked for some of the large “Big Four” accounting firms and for smaller firms outside Quebec’s main urban areas. He has also worked in the private sector for nearly 15 years.
Richard Joly has extensive income tax (tax accounting, tax returns, transfer pricing, SR&ED, non-resident taxes, etc.) and indirect tax experience.
His current job duties involve doing the necessary tax searches to meet clients’ needs and preparing tax planning memoranda and notices of objection in dispute cases.
An accounting technician, Jonathan Oligny holds a Diploma of College Studies in Accounting from the Cégep de Lanaudière and is currently pursuing university studies to earn his CPA designation.
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2001 Robert Bourrassa, suite 1700,
Montréal (Québec) H3A 2A6
807, rue Demers
Chambly (Québec) J3L 1E4
Tel. : 514-287-2721
Fax : 514-287-1862
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