Virtual & Small Business Bookkeeping Services in Canada
Born and raised in small town Saskatchewan, I learnt the value of community and helping others, I take pride in knowing family and friends can depend on me. I am a wife, mother and true to my sign of being a Virgo. I like process, and procedures which is why I love bookkeeping. I’ve spent many years searching for my true self, and one day I was reading what it meant to be a Virgo. I’m not spiritual by any means, but I do believe in the meta physical to a degree that I possess those exact traits. A light bulb turned on and I now knew who I was. From there was the easy part, finding a career to match those traits. That’s where bookkeeping came in, I fell into it a few years ago when my brother asked me to learn Quickbooks to help with his new business. Within weeks I was hooked and my business was born.
My Proven Process, Produces Results
MY BEST SERVICE
I manage your vendor payments each month to ensure your bills are paid on time, no late fees.
Keep your incorporation name current, I’ll file your return on time every time.
Financial statements (or financial report) is a formal record of the financial activities and ….
Monthly, Quarterly, Yearly filings. I’ll communicate with the Federal and Provincial governments on your behalf.
A company’s general ledger account Cash contains a record of the transactions (cheques written, receipts from customers, etc.)
Preparation of T1 Personal Tax Returns including single tax filers, families and sole proprietors.
WORK IN FIGURES
Years of Experience
My financial guru has always been Gail Vaz Oxlade. I love, love, love her! Her no-nonsense approach to money management, is quite frankly the best, in my opinion. Her slogan is “Money isn’t rocket science”, she’s right, the science is our human behavior of how we manage our money. I was sad when she retired
When you extend credit to a customer who fails to make good on their obligation to pay you, that loss of income becomes a bad debt. Most bad debt happens because a client has run into financial trouble. But regardless of the reason for it, a certain amount of loss is to be expected when
Filing your business taxes correctly and on time is a must. But some entrepreneurs are ready to move beyond these basics and take a more proactive approach to next year’s return. Whether that means becoming more knowledgeable about your individual tax situation, or adopting a new planning strategy, it’s never too soon to get started.