2014-2015 was a remarkable year for Mazars, with an outstanding 15.9% growth and a 1.25 Bn € turnover, proving its robustness and resilience in a fast-transforming world. The Group also celebrated the 20th anniversary of its international integrated partnership, a unique model which has allowed Mazars to become an influential challenger in the audit, accounting, advisory, tax and legal services industry, present on all continents.
The RL 31 is a new slip that must be issued by any person or company that is the owner of a residential complex and leases a dwelling in Quebec (other than CHSLD, low-rental housing, hotel establishments or rooming house leased for a period of less than 60 consecutive days) for which rent was paid or was payable on December 31, 2015. (French version only)
Significant changes have been proposed concerning a provision of the Income Tax Act regarding tax-free inter-corporate dividends. As a result of these changes, several inter-corporate dividends, which were previously tax-free, could now be taxed as capital gains.
The Financial Reporting Bulletin from Mazars in Canada is an annual publication on accounting updates in Canada. This document is intended as a guide for CFO’s, executives and managers responsible for financial reporting matters and audit committee members as they assess how new and revised financial reporting standards will affect their companies.
2013/2014 Group Annual Report: “Breaking New Ground” – Welcome to the 10th edition of the Mazars Group Annual Report
“Breaking New Ground” is the embodiment of our history, the history of an organization that isn’t afraid to move forward, to be curious, to try out new tools and listen to different voices, to venture into new markets and discover new territories. At Mazars, we are convinced that the key to developing long term solutions for future generations lies in being bold. Key figures, strategies, interviews, case studies: everything you need to know about us is in the 2013/2014 edition of our Group Annual Report.
"Doing Business in Canada" is a document designed to facilitate the exploring and research of business opportunities for individuals who wish to invest or start a business in Canada. This document presents an overview of the different aspects of business practices and methods that characterize Canada, and particularly Québec.
As part of the 6th Belgian State Reform, the Belgian government has adopted the fiscal regionalization of certain tax benefits which will be split between the federal and regional government starting from January 1, 2014. Consequently, certain tax benefits (e.g. mortgage deductions, service vouchers, childcare expenses) will become a regional tax matter while other credits (e.g. lump sum personal tax credits and credits for dependent persons) will remain a federal matter.
October 2013 - This Mazars' newsletter aims to provide you with insights into changes in legislation and regulations that affect international employee. In this issue: Immigration risk for business travellers | Canadian employee tax issues resulting from short-term assignments | Tax regime of highly skilled expatriates improved in Luxembourg.
Following the Group’s annual Partners Conference, which was held in Prague last December, Mazars is presenting an update to the sixth edition of its annual report.
‘Paving New Ways Together’ encapsulates the Mazars way of doing business. We believe that collective intelligence is key to developing long term solutions that pave the way to sustainable growth. Key figures, strategy, interviews, case studies: everything you need to know is in the 2012/2013 edition of our Annual Report.