Mark Potechin practises tax law with a focus on income tax planning for corporations and individuals as well as representing them before the tax authorities. Part of his practice is also focused on wills, estates and trusts, especially resolution of estate disputes.

Mark’s first job was in the tax department of an international accounting firm. Mark now has over 30 years’ experience working in income tax, meeting the corporate tax requirements of owner-managed enterprises and the personal tax planning needs of the owners and their families. He also has experience on matters related to GST, HST and QST.

Mark has taught income tax courses both at McGill and Concordia Universities, has been a group coordinator on numerous occasions for the Canadian Institute of Chartered Accountants In-Depth Tax Course and has lectured and written extensively on numerous tax topics.

Mark was instrumental in establishing McGill University’s former Graduate Diploma in Taxation program and was its first Academic Coordinator. Mark previously lectured at McGill in the Federal and Provincial Tax course dealing with GST and QST.

Mark has been awarded a 2015 Client Choice award for the Corporate Tax Category in Quebec in recognition of his outstanding client service.