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Welcome to Klayman & Company

At Klayman & Company it is more than just numbers. More than in-depth accounting. This is probably best expressed in terms of the time we take to truly understand your business. The time to understand your needs. The time to save you tax dollars. The time to help you plan your priorities for success.

Our Mission

While some accounting firms can seem indifferent, our clients appreciate the personal and pro-active approach of our team. Your business relationship with our firm is approached in the spirit of a true partnership and we try to align ourselves with your entrepreneurial vision. As a result, we tailor your needs for financial success.So whether you’re planning a new business or selling an old one; forming a partnership or incorporating; just breaking even or deep in the red – whatever your present situation or future goals, Klayman & Company can help. If you would like to know more about our services, please contact us. We would be happy to arrange a no-obligation, no-cost meeting to introduce ourselves and explore your particular needs:

  • Strategic business planning
  • Corporate finance
  • Corporate taxation both Canadian and US
  • Personal taxation both Canadian and US
  • Accounting and audit services
  • Forensic and litigation support
  • Valuations
  • Cross Border transactions


  • Klayman & Company, CA has been a very professional experience to deal with. They have shown a concerned interest in all aspects of my business and personal matters. They have focused on building a strong partnership with me and a long term relationship as well.Ron and Rick and his team are always there to answer any question. I have been with them for a number of years. Business is tough enough and when Klayman and Company are in your corner…life is much easier. - moe gee

  • I have enjoyed the benefit of tax advice that provides excellent value for the professional services provide by Klayman and Co. The firm has been managing my accounting affairs in multiple entities for over 30 years years. I do recommend the firm often. - Jerry Weiner

  • We have obtained consultation and services from Mr Klayman countless times. The advice and direction always provided the most favourable results. His team is available and experienced and it shows - Pilot Wachtel

  • Klayman & Co. is a full-service accounting firm. Very thorough in settling of estate business and offers straight-up financial advice from a personal level to business level and well into retirement years. I would definitely recommend them without any hesitation! - Carol Klayman-Basman

  • Mr. Klayman and his firm were instrumental in the structural inception of Link Asset Management. Further, his continued guidance, accounting and tax planning strategies were essential to the continued success we are now enjoying. If you too have a small business that has or is quickly growing into a large business, you would be doing yourself and your employees a great service by retaining his firm’s incomparable depth of experience and talent

  • Klayman & Company have been providing my business with the best tax and accounting advise for years. Any issues from CRA of any of the government agencies has been dealt with on the most professional manner, taking the stress and worry away from me and my company. We greatly appreciate the level of profesionalism that they deliver on a consistent basis. Great value and amazing advice! Thanks

  • Klayman & Company were terrific in dealing with my CRA audit. They took the stress and worry out of the equation with results which I could never have imagined. Thanks again.

By Ronald Klayman 13 Jan, 2017

Social media are reducing the number of face-to-face conversations. “In person” encounters allow a person to speak while another responds spontaneously without resorting to the more formal structure of the written word.

Why do we seem to prefer Facebook/Twitter or emails rather than meeting with someone to discuss issues? The most obvious answer is that electronic media is more effective and saves us time. Psychologists tell us we find interacting with others through the computer is easier because a computer does not require us to become emotionally involved.

When to Meet Face to Face

Certainly there are situations when communicating via social media is effective, such as when sending a quick inquiry to a colleague. But when owner-managers need to announce decisions that will have an emotional impact and bring employee reaction, face-to-face meetings are a must for the following reasons:

  • Face-to-face communication has incredible advantages since you receive an immediate response. If, on the other hand, you text someone and they do not respond, uncertainty prevails.
  • One-on-one proximity allows you to “read” the respondent’s reaction to the message. A shrug of the shoulders, a deep sigh, or an unexpected expletive are great indicators of the recipient’s acceptance or understanding of what has been said.
  • People need to be able to express how they feel about a project, a change in venue or a performance review. Face-to-face meetings allow each party to add a level of interpretation to the message by providing and reading body language, eye contact, or voice intonations. The meaning of words alone can often be misinterpreted. Receiving a text saying “The project is due next week.” sends a different message than someone who laughs and says “The project is due next week!” then rolls their eyes.

Talking face to face allows more effective negotiation.

  • Talking face to face allows each party to negotiate more effectively by immediately understanding the obstacles and opportunities that may not be easily understood by simply reading a progress report or a job description.
  • Communicating face to face provides each party a better opportunity to adjust their approach to ensure the end results are achieved. Interpreted another way, face-to-face interaction builds trust, creates understanding, and assists both parties to understand they share a mission for the project and the organization.
  • Face-to-face meetings force interactions, which in turn create new ideas and approaches that are essential to success. Yahoo’s CEO Marissa Mayer indicated in a memo:

Some of the best decisions and insights come from hallway and cafeteria discussions, meeting new people, and impromptu team meetings. Speed and quality are often sacrificed when we work from home. We need to be one Yahoo!, and that starts with physically being together.

Meeting through Skype is a means of communicating with remote jobsites. Surveys indicate employees like Skype because it allows them to “get more done” as they can handle one-on-one meetings without the

distractions of social graces. However, such methods still disconnect the workers from each other and the company and as such it is important for management to instill the need to maintain one-on-one personal contact.

Com muni cating face to face embraces the seven most important elements of interpersonal communication by:

  1. clarifying expectations and purpose
  2. creating brief, unambiguous communication
  3. focusing all parties on a purpose
  4. setting a consistency of tone that allows individuals to understand the underlying pattern and seriousness of the message
  5. addressing all issues without the need to wait for additional instructions
  6. ensuring that all points relevant to both sides of the discussion are brought to the table and discussed
  7.  allowing both parties to measure the knowledge and competence of the other party.

Get Back to Personal Contact

Even though Twitter has lifted the 140 character limit on messages, both owner-managers and employees must recognize that regardless of the length of the message, projects must be discussed face to face to generate the best results possible for the company, the employee and its customers.

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