Your COVID-19 business questions answered
Join Grant Thornton LLP Canada’s Chief Operating Officer, Jim Copeland, in our series of Q&A videos intended to help guide businesses through the COVID-19 pandemic.
The federal government has announced several tax incentives to assist employers and their employees as a response to COVID-19. Martha Oner, National Research and Development & Government Incentives Leader, provides an overview of what these are and how you can use them.
As COVID-19 continues to cause significant disruptions both economically and socially, many businesses are facing the tough decision—or are being mandated—to temporarily close their doors. While the current situation can seem overwhelming, Jonathan Krieger, Partner, Advisory, shares some steps you can take to manage the short-term negative impacts to both your business and employees.
This summary provides the latest details available up to April 1, 2020 for the programs announced by the Canadian government to help Canadian businesses and employees.
The province of New Brunswick has announced a series of economic measures to build on the federal government’s COVID-19 Economic Response Plan.
On March 27, Prime Minister Trudeau announced measures aimed at helping all Canadians — whether a business or an employee — address their immediate cash flow needs.
British Columbia has announced a series of tax changes and financial measures including $5 billion in income support, tax relief and direct funding for people, businesses and services.
On March 25, 2020, the federal government passed legislation that would provide support for millions of Canadians who are impacted by the economic effects of COVID-19.
Canadian businesses implementing new work arrangements during the COVID-19 pandemic may face heightened tax risks – particularly those with international employees.
The Province of Ontario has announced a series of tax changes and financial measures to build on the federal government’s COVID-19 Economic Response Plan.
Business owners may be concerned about liquidity for any number of reasons as the country addresses the challenge of COVID-19.
Working from home is the “new normal” for many businesses and their employees. We’ve assembled an essential guide for you.
Alberta’s provincial government has recently announced several support measures to mitigate some of the damaging effects being felt locally as a result of the global COVID-19 pandemic.
The federal government has announced several economic measures to assist employers and their employees as a response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
It’s easy to feel overwhelmed by the number of decisions you need to make to keep your organization running during the COVID-19 pandemic.
As COVID-19 continues to cause significant disruptions both economically and socially, many businesses are facing the tough decision.
Here’s what you can expect as new filing and payment deadlines apply.
If you’re a business owner, you might feel especially challenged by the current market conditions.
The business environment is changing rapidly due to the unfolding COVID-19 situation.
The economic consequences of Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) may be substantial for Canadian businesses.
The economic consequences of COVID-19 on future trading assumptions may place some companies under liquidity pressures.
COVID-19 Update: To our valued clients
The present COVID-19 crisis has created a challenge that none of us could imagine just a short time ago. Our most immediate priorities are the safety of our colleagues and supporting our clients in any way we can.
Manage the impact of COVID-19 on your business
You’ve invested a lot of time and effort into your business, and it’s hard to know what’s ahead. But working with the team at Grant Thornton means you can clearly think of the next logical step and know that you’re not doing it alone.