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Robert W. Ellison


CPA, CA, B.Comm
Director of Tax Services
(905) 549-8463 Ext. 233

Prior to joining Vine and Partners, Bob worked with one of the Big Four firms and has practiced in the income tax area since 1986.

Bob has helped guide a wide variety of owner managed clients with their many income tax and business needs, including personal and corporate tax planning, trust planning, corporate structuring and restructuring, and estate planning.

Bob has written and presented on a variety of tax related topics to a number of organizations and clients. He has tutored the CICA Income Tax Practice Course and is a past editor of the CICA publication “Tax Principles to Remember”.

Both Bob and his wife are supporters of various charities related to hospice and end of life care in the Hamilton, Halton and Milton areas. Bob was previously the treasurer and a member of the founding executive board for Hamilton’s Ronald McDonald House. In his spare time, he enjoys cycling and watching his children participate in sports.

 

ACCOUNTING SUPPORT SERVICES

ACCOUNTING SUPPORT SERVICES

Vine and Partners provides the knowledge and experience for all accounting and bookkeeping related services. Our Accounting Support Services division has friendly technicians ensuring all records are accurate and client expectations are exceeded.

Business Valuation

Business Valuation

Whether you are planning to sell, merge, finance or grow through acquisition, the Chartered Business Valuators at Vine have the industry experience and specialized training to expertly value your business and to provide you with the market insight needed to gain an invaluable advantage during important negotiations.

TAX STRATEGIES AND PLANNING

TAX STRATEGIES AND PLANNING

The magnitude of wealth is not determined by what people make, but rather by what they keep. Vine and Partners specialize in helping our clientele preserve and transfer wealth through effective personal tax and estate planning.

Transition Planning

Transition Planning

Small business is the backbone of the Canadian economy, but experts say that small business owners rarely pay enough attention to business transition planning. In fact, without a transition plan in place, many businesses close instead of being sold or passed on to the next generation.