­Support ­being ­offered for a taxing ­season

By Gordon Lambie

With the coming of tax season, a lot of people feel mounting anxiety about making sure their taxes are filed properly, particularly if they live with the added complications that come with being self-employed or owning a small or medium sized business. That in mind, the Canada Revenue Agency is reminding the public of its relatively new Liaison Officer Service. “The premise of this is to help small businesses comply with their tax obligations,” said Chantal Treppanier, team leader for the liaison officer service office in Brossard, who will be in Sherbooke Monday with a small team to lead a seminar with local businesses. Although this particular seminar will be in French and required registration in advance to participate, she explained that the services of the liaison officers is available in both official languages and can take on a number of forms. “We also have an on-demand service now where the taxpayers can, themselves, contact us and request a visit or seminar,” she added. See full story in the Monday, Feb. 24 edition of The Record.

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