Real Estate and Construction
As a leader in the Real Estate and Construction industry, you are susceptible to significant financial and economic shifts. This presents you with opportunities to capitalize on but also exposes you to risks you need to minimize when developing your market-oriented and growth strategies. Supporting your real estate operations and transactions requires seasoned professionals who understand your needs and can provide on-point recommendations.
Having served the sector for decades, our professionals are highly attuned to its accounting requirements, reporting issues and evolving tax legislation. The RSM real estate and construction team brings its audit, tax and consulting experience to hundreds of middle market private and public entities, including opportunity funds, private equity portfolio companies, pension funds and advisors, Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs), institutional investors, joint ventures, asset and property managers, brokerage and advisory firms, contractors, developers, owners and investors.
With NAFTA's renegotiations are underway, middle market business owners ask themselves what the impact will be to their business.
Significant changes lie ahead for the real estate industry, driven largely by disruptive shifts in technology & demographic factors.
IFRS 16 changes will be felt in several key reporting areas, including working capital, debt levels and profit and loss.
The Ontario Budget aligns to the federal decisions on income sprinkling & small business limit, and other personal & business tax measures.
Real estate firms with a mix of passive & active income should revisit their structure to determine how passive income rules affect them.
The Foreign Investment in Real Property Tax Act imposes a tax on U.S. real property sales by a foreign person, requiring upfront planning.
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We proudly sponsor and participate in events that provide innovative ideas and opportunities for you to improve and grow your business.
Once again, we are proud to sponsor the 2018 OTLA Fall Conference, taking place at the Metro Toronto Convention Center on October 19.
Stan Zinman will be speaking on the U.S. tax reform’s impacts on Canadian businesses which conduct business or invest in the United States.
This year, Jean-Charles Plante will be speaking at the 2018 ACFRE Fraud Conference Canada about modern insider cyberattacks.
James Knight, director, transaction advisory, will be speaking on a panel on November 7, highlighting how to build the best exit team.