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 […]

Longevity crisis: Why entrepreneurs should act now to shore up retirement savings

It’s supposed to be the time of life when you enjoy the fruits of your entrepreneurial labour—taking the time to travel, enjoy hobbies, spend more time with the family—activities that were often impractical or outright impossible when you were working day and night to operate and grow your business. But a recent CIBC poll sheds […]

KRP founding partner Ralph Rabinowicz announces his retirement

One of our founding partners, friends and mentors, is taking a final bow after a long and illustrious accounting and management career. Ralph Rabinowicz–who co-founded Kestenberg · Rabinowicz · Partners LLP in 1973 with the aim of providing comprehensive and effective accounting and strategic financial advice tailored to the needs of some of the Greater […]

Long-time KRP tax partner Harris Kligman announces his retirement

Kestenberg Rabinowicz Partners LLP saying goodbye to one of its Iongest-serving and most highly respected partners. Harris Kligman, who was brought on board to build and grow our tax department, has formally announced his retirement from KRP after an illustrious 25-year career. Harris has worked with organizations ranging from sole proprietorships to major corporations during […]

Long-time KRP partner Vazken Izakel calls it a career

It’s a bittersweet moment here at Kestenberg Rabinowicz Partners LLP as we wish a happy and prosperous retirement to one of our longest-serving partners. Vazken Izakel, our friend and colleague who began his career at KRP in 1989, has officially retired from active service with the firm. He will continue managing several key projects in […]

RRIF rule and re-contribution changes present new retirement planning opportunities

Typically, a Registered Retirement Income Fund (RRIF) is created on the conversion of a Registered Retirement Savings Plan (RRSP) before the end of the year in which an individual turns 71. A RRIF is beneficial as it allows an individual to accumulate tax-deferred growth. However, unlike an RRSP, there is a requirement to withdraw a […]