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Our summary of the 2023-2024 Quebec budget

Demers Beaulne presents a summary of the measures affecting individuals and companies in the provincial budget announced on March 21. On the personal front, the budget measures seek to reduce the effects of high inflation, notably through tax cuts and credit enhancements. On the corporate side, RPPs, the cultural industry and the agri-food sector received particular attention. The labor shortage continues to be countered by a short-term training program.

  • Measures for private customers (p.03)
    • General tax cuts and increased credits
    • Bonus for the housing component of solidarity credit
    • Changes to the QPP for workers over age 65
    • Changes to labour-sponsored funds
    • Other measures for individuals
  • Measures for companies (p.09)
    • Short-term training program (COUD)
    • Cryptoactives
    • Other measures for companies
  • Specific measures for the creative industries (p.13)
  • Specific measures for the real estate and construction industry (p.19)
  • Specific measures for the food industry (p.23)
  • Specific measures for the IT industry (p.25)

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