Normandin Beaudry | A Leader in Total Rewards

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Normandin Beaudry, a leader in total rewards

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We create human capital and financial performance with our clients through the excellence of our experts ignited by a total rewards mindset.

Since 1992, we have been sharing our cutting-edge knowledge in all our areas of expertise. Normandin Beaudry sets itself apart as a firm that is committed to straight talk: we’re always there in black and white.

1992

Normandin Beaudry is founded

Owned exclusively by its professionals

Count on the presence and stability of key employees

Close to 300 employees

ignited by a total rewards mindset

A leader

in total rewards and actuarial consulting

An enviable roster of Canadian clients

Major corporations, SMBs, para-governmental organizations, municipalities and non-profit organizations

8 areas of expertise

  • Health
  • Performance
  • Group Benefits
  • Investment Consulting
  • Compensation
  • Communication
  • Pension and Savings
  • Pension Plan Administration

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Attracting and retaining talent: The importance of data

The war for talent is over and the talents have won. Under these circumstances, how can you offer distinctive total rewards and beat the labour shortage? Take action by avoiding frequent pitfalls.

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The 2022 federal budget and your total rewards program

The 2022 federal budget contains several measures that could directly or indirectly affect total rewards programs. In light of the available information, our specialists have identified the most relevant elements to monitor.

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2021 tax year – Tax credit for medical expenses and special rule for office supplies and computer equipment

OFFICE SUPPLIES AND COMPUTER EQUIPMENT

For the 2021 tax year (just like the 2020 tax year), the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) and Revenu Québec have indicated that if an employer provides an allowance or a refund for the purchase of office supplies and computer equipment, this amount will not be considered to be part of the employee’s taxable income, up to a maximum of $500 combined for 2020 and 2021 per employee, if the equipment is used for telework.

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Our coordinates

general@normandin-beaudry.ca

Montreal

630, René-Lévesque Blvd. West, 30th floor
Montreal, QC H3B 1S6

514-285-1122

Toronto

155, University Avenue, Suite 1805
Toronto, ON M5H 3B7

416-285-0251

Quebec City

1751, du Marais Street, Suite 300
Quebec City, QC G1M 0A2

418-634-1122