At JMH & Co. we are happy to serve you in a variety of ways
The objective of financial reporting is to provide financial information to investors, lenders, creditors, contributors and others that assist these stakeholders in making decisions about providing resources to the entity. Our unique approach provides our clients with a realistic and concrete foundation to successfully navigate the complexities associated with the evolving accounting standards and legislation.
Our tax experts can help you build a tax strategy to ensure you’re compliant, while making sure you’re paying the least amount of tax possible. Whether your company operates in Canada, the United States, or internationally, JMH&CO provides a broad range of corporate tax services grounded in experience across all business sizes; from proprietorships and small businesses, to large public and private enterprises.
As new opportunities present themselves south of the border, Canadian businesses must be able to navigate the different tax administration found in the US. Our corporate tax planning provides tailor-made solutions, based on your business goals position and size, to help you plan business strategies. The tax and business plans will suit your needs for today and position your company for maximum growth in the future.
As your business evolves, the necessity of a trusted financial and business advisor becomes more critical to your long-term success. Today, businesses are seeking greater strategic insight and a higher level of value from their accountant. At JMH & Co., we have always been committed to your long-term success.
As your financial controller, we’ll work along your side (or your executive and management team) to provide informative financial information that you can make sense of. We will provide you with accurate, secure and timely recordings of your business’ financial activities.
Planning your estate is the best way to ensure your legacy lives on with the people you care most about. An estate plan will guarantee your wishes and directives are known. If you were to become incapacitated or are no longer capable of providing those directives yourself, they’ll be carried out as you intend them to be carried out with an estate plan.
Our team has experience in the structuring of mergers and acquisitions transactions, including the execution of financial due diligence. We can help you understand the implications of a signification business transaction and help assess the viability of a major purchase or sale.