People often start with a personal recommendation. Your own network is usually a valuable source of information and reference. Your financial support team can also be consulted; personal/business bankers, lawyers or financial advisors often have well known contacts. Don’t hesitate to tap these valuable resources.
How Do You Find the Right Professional for You?
Each year, we help hundreds of families, small business start ups, entrepreneurs and mature corporations to navigate the plethora of tax laws that pertain to their specific financial picture.
We’ve too often heard business owners recount negative experiences they’ve had after hiring the wrong person to manage their bookkeeping. It’s a mistake that can cost you money AND harm your business operations.
An affordable, efficient, and simple solution to managing your company’s critical bookkeeping tasks.
By entrusting your bookkeeping to our experienced staff, you leave yourself time to focus on your core business. We manage your payroll, GST/HST, PST, and other government filings, and provide regular reporting so you can stay up to date without effort.
Our years of experience in taxation, business advisory roles, succession planning, estate planning & trusts seasoned by senior financial management positions in private companies, ensure you’re gaining proven wisdom and in depth thinking.
When it comes to your company’s growth, our professionals will work with you to develop the appropriate strategies to save you money and maximize returns.
CGA, CA, CMA… What does it all mean?
In 2014, final approval was received to merge the Certified General Accountants of Ontario with the Chartered Professional Accountants of Ontario governing bodies.
This means that all of Canada’s Chartered Accountants (CA’s), Certified Management Accountants (CMA’s) and Certified General Accountants (CGA’s) have now united under a new Chartered Professional Accountants (CPA) banner.
As a result of the merger, current students will be granted the professional designation of CPA’s upon graduation. As existing accountants, we are required to use the CPA designation along with our former CGA titles until November, 2022, at which point we can choose to only use CPA if desired.