Our bookkeeping services are offered as prepaid monthly packages with no hidden fees. Book a free consultation to assess the bookkeeping needs of your business. All packages include setup of your company file, access to our secure client portal, and helpful templates for new businesses. We work with clients locally and in the cloud.
With an owner that has been trained as an auditor by the Canada Revenue Agency, trust ALL Small Business Services to prepare your annual income tax return. We prepare tax returns for Individuals, Sole-Proprietorships and Partnerships, and GST/HST Returns. Tax returns are all electronically filed and pricing starts at $50 per person.
We offer payroll service as part of our bookkeeping packages or as a stand-alone service using QuickBooks or Wave Accounting. Includes: Payroll processing by knowledgeable professionals, sample forms, payment to employees by cheque or direct deposit, T4 processing and filing, and ROE filing. Pricing starts at $25 per month for up to 10 staff.
Choose from one of our three monthly bookkeeping packages designed for different types and sizes of businesses.
To help you choose the right service, we offer a free consultation to assess the bookkeeping needs of your business. We will recommend the package that will provide you with the services you require.
All monthly packages include setup of your company file in one of our preferred accounting programs and access to our secure client file, task and messaging portal and app.
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All new employees must complete a Federal TD1 form. Provincial TD1 forms need to be completed if more than the Basic Personal Amounts are being claimed. New forms do not need to be completed each year, unless there is a change in circumstances that results in a change to the employee’s tax credits, in which[…]
We recommend that you complete a reconciliation at least monthly and this is why – without completing regular reconciliations it can be very difficult to determine the cause of any discrepancies. If you are not able to match payments you receive to sales transactions, there’s a good chance your bookkeeper may not be able to either.
What do you need to give to your bookkeeper? In short, Everything with a Dollar Sign. Every week (or month) your bookkeeper will require all of the financial records of your business for the period. It is important to have processes and procedures in place to ensure financial documents are kept in a safe, organized[…]
How do you know that an accountant has been tested and assessed by an independent organization to prove that they possess the skills they claim to? That’s easy – they will either be a Chartered Accountant (CA), Certified General Accountant (CGA) or Certified Management Accountant (CMA), or as of 2014 in many provinces, a Certified[…]
The Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) definition of what qualifies as a business expense really explains it best: As a rule, you can deduct any reasonable current expense you paid or will have to pay to earn business income. What that means is there are three pretty basic questions you can ask yourself when trying to[…]
Answers to your frequently asked questions (FAQ) about our bookkeeping and tax services. If you have general bookkeeping or tax questions you may call or email us directly. We will updated this page with new questions regularly, or feel free to post your questions in the comments section below. Q: What is your hourly rate?[…]