Introducing KRP LLP’s newest partner, Cecily Huang

On the heels of long-time partner Marshall Egelnick’s retirement after a more than 40-year career with our firm, we’re thrilled to announce a dynamic new addition to our leadership team. Cecily Huang is now a member of the KRP LLP partnership group. Huang has been a key member of the KRP team for more than […]

Marshall Egelnick, our partner and friend, announces his retirement

The New Year brings with it a change in the leadership ranks here at KRP. After 40 years as an integral member of our management team, our friend and colleague Marshall Egelnick is calling it a career. Egelnick replaced Founding Partner Ralph Rabinowicz (since retired) as Managing Partner in 2014, and in early 2020 was […]

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Fall Economic Statement predicts record deficits, extends COVID-19 relief measures for business

The federal government’s Fall Economic Statement 2020 delivered few surprises. As expected, it did not provide a clear fiscal anchor for the year ahead. Nor was there a plan to return to fiscal balance in the near future. Ottawa hasn’t delivered a formal budget since March, 2019, well before the coronavirus pandemic sent the country’s […]

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Introducing KRP LLP’s successful Common Final Examination writers

As a firm, KRP LLP has long been dedicated to providing you with the very best service, experience and expertise possible. Meeting that standard has meant working to enhance our strategic tax, accounting and assurance capabilities by recruiting and developing the best talent our industry has to offer. On that note, we’re proud to announce […]

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CRA signals a willingness to simplify home office tax deductions for employees

  Almost overnight, the COVID-19 crisis launched many Canadian businesses into the most ambitious remote-work/home office experiment ever attempted. Widespread lockdowns forced businesses to either shutter or have their employees work from home until further notice. Many still are—and have no plan to return to the office. Indeed, many a CFO and accounting department embraced […]

2020 Ontario budget posts record deficits, offers major spending to support business

In tabling the 2020 Ontario Budget yesterday, the provincial government reminded us that the path to fiscal stability will be long and arduous as a result of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic—and that new COVID-19 lockdowns could still inflict major economic damage. In doing so, Doug Ford’s Progressive Conservatives scrapped plans to balance the budget in […]

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Cybersecurity is a top priority for mid-sized companies in the COVID-19 era

  It goes without saying that COVID-19 has forced organizations to reconsider every aspect of their operations, from service delivery to the role of technology in keeping their workplaces safe. As they continue to restart and ramp up operations, cybersecurity will rank among their top concerns. A high degree of vigilance could help fend of […]

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COVID-19 Update: Ottawa extends CERB, overhauls Employment Insurance program

As the fall approaches, federal COVID-19 relief measures are slowly wound down and the economic recovery plods along at a glacial pace with a potential pandemic second wave looming large, Ottawa understood that Canadians would need additional financial assistance in the months ahead. It delivered a costly new aid package last week that includes significant […]

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COVID-19: Canada Emergency Wage Subsidy extended and expanded

As the federal government takes steps to slowly wind down COVID-19 relief measures such as the Canada Emergency Relief Benefit, its economic recovery strategy is becoming clearer after it was announced on Friday that the Canada Emergency Wage Subsidy  would be extended to November 21st, 2020 (or nine claim periods) and possibly to December 31st, […]