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Retail And Hospitality

Our Services For Retail And Hospitality

Rapid advances in communications technology has given consumers unparalleled access to information and has heightened their expectations for improved customer experience.

Today’s customer is exacting and informed as well as being hyper-aware of how and where to spend their money. Changes in the tax system have further fanned consumer wariness. The retail and hospitality industry is more competitive than ever.

At Rolfe Benson, we pair technological advancements in your industry with technical expertise in ours. We deliver the competitive edge you need in an industry where even the slightest edge can allow you to quickly break away from the competition.

We provide specialized services that will improve your performance and position in the market. Our retail and hospitality clients rely on us for:

  • Financial statement audits, reviews and compilations
  • Personal and corporate tax return preparation
  • Tax planning, strategies and solutions
  • Budgeting, benchmarking and cash flow forecasting
  • Assistance with fulfilling franchise reporting requirements
  • GST/HST/PST advisory and reporting
  • Bookkeeping and payroll services
  • Merger and acquisition services.
  • Guidance on accounting and financial reporting.
  • Estate and succession planning.

Insight And Resources

NewsTax Changes
October 21, 2019

Tax Ticklers

CRA’s limited review of corporate tax return projects have a reassessment rate of approximately 40%. In the past few years, these projects have focused on areas such as automobile expenses,…
NewsTax Changes
October 21, 2019

Zero Emission Vehicles – Personal and Corporate Incentives

On April 17, 2019, Transport Canada released details on the purchase incentive of up to $5,000 for zero-emission vehicles as originally proposed in the 2019 Budget. The incentive will apply…
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October 20, 2019

Anxiety, Depression and Phobias: Disability Tax Credit

In an April 3, 2019 Tax Court of Canada case, at issue was whether the impact of an individual’s mental impairment entitled her to the disability tax credit (DTC). The…

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