Ontario Audit, Tax and Consulting
Serving the middle market in Ontario
In December 2017, we launched the RSM brand in Canada. From the centre of Toronto’s financial district, more than 350 RSM professionals serve both public and privately held companies and not-for-profit organizations across a variety of industries, including private equity, business and professional services, real estate and construction, not-for-profit, government, health care, education, finance and insurance. RSM Canada’s professionals proudly participate in a range of industry organizations and professional associations in Toronto, Ontario and across Canada to stay on top of trends and offer middle market insights.
Commitment to the community
In living our core value of stewardship, we commit to giving back to the community throughout the year – both financially and through volunteering. Our annual Volunteer Day, benefiting Camp Ooch in 2018, and our participation in the Junior Achievement company program are just two examples of the many ways our people engage in the community. To learn more, visit our Corporate Social Responsibility page.
For information about employment opportunities available in Ontario, please visit our Careers section.
In a white paper for the Canadian Tax Foundation, RSM highlights how U.S. tax reform affects U.S. and international businesses.
NAFTA modernization represents something of a mixed bag for middle market businesses. Read our analysis of those chapters with most impact.
In an interview, our Toronto Office Managing Partner and National COO Rhonda Klosler shares her career growth with RSM.
In an interview and video, RSM Canada’s Michael Nicoló discusses key findings from a research partnership with Canadian Lawyer and CIBC.
As part of the #AuditorProud 2018 celebrations, RSM Canada's Brett Medeiros shares his pride in being an auditor.
RSM Canada recently invested in its talent through two talent initiatives, the RSM Academy and the Faces of RSM.
Recent court rulings provide tax treatment frameworks for transaction costs, but their application requires careful consideration.
IFRS 16 changes will be felt in several key reporting areas, including working capital, debt levels and profit and loss.
The identification and implementation of the right exit team to assist in a business exit can be paramount to achieving success.
Learn about the changes pertaining to IFRS 9, IFRS 15 and IFRS 16 and how to successfully implement the standards in this audiocast.
Ontario Office Locations
11 King Street West, Suite 700
Office Managing Partner
CAREERS IN ONTARIO
Still a student? Learn more about our internship/co-op placements.
How can digital technologies help middle market companies? Join our webcast to learn how to plan and implement digital technologies.
Ben Gibbons, national private equity industry leader, will be speaking in their second key morning plenary panel on November 14.
Join our breakfast seminar on December 4 to gain insight into the latest developments and best practices relating to HST.