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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.
Effective July 5, 2021, Ontario corporations will no longer be required to have at least 25% of their directors be resident in Canada.
The budget implements several tax measures to stimulate the economy and to support businesses and individuals hardest hit by COVID-19.
The Action Plan is part of the March 2020 Economic and Fiscal Update to support Ontarians through the COVID-19 crisis.
During a private equity sale, the operational aspects of an organization are critical to the valuation and achieving objectives.
On April 11, Ontario’s Finance Minister delivered the 2019 Budget, which does not include changes to personal or corporate income tax rates.
The value of an injured person’s future care needs can exceed the value of their income loss claim. What are common issues in costing?
2018 was a year for sellers, but not all was rosy. How will the private equity market respond to trends and opportunities in 2019?
We celebrate female leadership in our management team, audit and tax groups in Alberta and Ontario for International Women’s Day 2019.
Considering the frequent occurrence of cybersecurity incidents, how can private equity firms confidently invest their capital?
In many personal injury cases, client-specific information is unavailable. The Census can be a source to determine the quantum of damages.
Ontario Office Locations
11 King Street West, Suite 700
Rhonda Klosler, Toronto office leader