Most accountants see numbers. We see people. It is that intense focus on people
that has kept our growing team committed to the original ethos of Clark & Horner:
Expertise and service. That includes personal attention, immediate responses, and
total access to our entire team. Beginning right here.
"I look at each client as an individual with his/her own set of needs and interests.
By putting the "personal" back into personal tax/advisory, I nurture long term relationships
with my clients who look to me for advice and guidance on tax and non-tax issues."
Simon joined Clark & Horner LLP in November 2009. Simon has been providing Canadian
and US cross-border personal tax advice since 1989. Prior to joining Clark & Horner LLP,
he spent over 14 years with the big four national accounting firms providing cross-border
personal tax services to Canada-US employment transferees and high net worth clients.
Simon's list of clients include senior executives, professional athletes,
and high net worth individuals.
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"Our ultimate responsibility is to YOU, our clients, to ensure that our results align with your expectations and bring you peace of mind. Audit is complex. Business is complicated. Accountability is not. It's that simple."
Martin joined Clark & Horner LLP in 2014. Martin was a Partner at another accounting firm before it merged with Clark & Horner LLP. Previous to that he spent over 10 years in the Audit and Assurance group of a multinational accounting firm working in both North America and Europe.
Martin's audit experiences range in a wide variety of industries including Technology, Manufacturing and Oil & Gas involving both public and private owner-managed enterprises. He has performed analysis, assessments, reviews, and training seminars for multinational companies on changing accounting pronouncements and has led International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) diagnostic and implementation engagements internationally.
In addition to IFRS and Canadian Accounting Standards for Private Enterprises (ASPE), Martin is also proficient in Generally Accepted Accounting Principles in the United States (US GAAP).
"The best part of my day is meeting with clients and discussing their tax situations. I am a people person and derive a great sense of accomplishment from building trusting relationships. I always strive to provide timely and relevant advice."
Anna has spent over 8 years with one of the big four national accounting firms. She has a solid foundation in corporate and personal tax compliance and planning. She focuses on tax planning through the use of trusts and corporations.
"I am a people person. I particularly enjoy listening to our clients and identifying
strategies to save income taxes, reduce risk, and ensure that their estate planning
objectives are met. I am fortunate to have gained experience while acting as a personal
business manager for many of our clients."
Graeme Clark and Richard Horner formed Clark & Horner LLP in 1990. Graeme brought
to the partnership his extensive Canadian and U.S. tax experience gained while acting
as a personal business manager for many top NHL athletes. Graeme continues to develop
his foreign tax skills, and is a knowledgeable resource in foreign tax matters including
Canadian and U.S. estate planning. His experience in all aspects of the consequences
of employment transfers between Canada and the U.S. is highly valued by his clients.
Graeme's client base continues to be high net worth individuals in all walks of
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"'The man that hath no music in himself, Nor is not mov'd with concord of sweet
sounds, Is fit for treasons, stratagems and spoils; The motions of his spirit are
dull as night, And his affections dark as Erebus: Let no such man be trusted.'-
"Despite being tone-deaf, I believe I have earned the trust of my clients."
Prior to forming Clark & Horner LLP in 1990, Richard had worked since 1977, in the
tax department of an international accounting firm. During that time he specialized
in providing services to individuals transferring between Canada and the U.S. Richard
has contributed to a number of tax publications, including an edition of the CCH
publication, Canada-U.S. Employment Transfers.
Richard provides Canadian and U.S. tax planning advice to executives and professional
athletes. This planning includes structuring of compensation while in Canada, transactions
to undertake prior to a transfer, and minimization of the overall income tax liability.
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