May 08, 2019

Our B.E.S.T. (Business Entrepreneurs Services Team) Group has participated in this event for first time. Toronto Entrepreneurs Conference and Trade Show is the largest Entrepreneurs event in Canada. The event which targets business owners, partners or general managers, is  designed to inspire, motivate and grow Entrepreneurs and their businesses and it’s a great way for you to connect directly with potential clients. In addition to Entrepreneurs, the event target groups are Business Leaders and Industry Associations.

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Events & Sponsorship

Los Nocheros USA/Canada Tour 2017

June 02, 2017 Argentina's biggest folkloric phenomenon arrived in Toronto, Canada to celebrate its 30 years trajectory. RGB Accounting was one of the sponsors of the event. More from our blog   Newsletters Events & Sponsorship Articles &...

2nd Latin American Entrepreneur Conference

May 29, 2017 The Entrepreneur Conference was organized by the City of Toronto's Economic Development & Culture department in partnership with the Latin American Bi-Lateral Trade Initiative (LABTI) which consists of the Consulate Generals of Argentina, Brazil,...

Tax Season 2017 at La Liga Indoor Soccer

April 29, 2017 RGB Accounting has been sponsoring social events to promote cultural values in the hispanic community of Toronto and the GTA. The During the last tax season, RGB Accounting helped many individuals and small business owners to prepare their taxes,...

Articles & Publications

Understanding the CRA Notice of Assessment

Understanding the CRA Notice of Assessment How to object if you think the CRA is wrong Most of us have received our Notice of Assessment from the CRA for our 2020 tax returns. Mostly it is pretty much as you expected – a refund or no balance owing. But sometimes, the...

How to Use Excel for Small Business Accounting

Microsoft Excel can make simple accounting tasks more accessible. Explore the features and benefits of using Excel for small business accounting. Accountants are known for wearing pocket protectors and spending their days working in Microsoft Excel. I can vouch for...

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