Why Use A Bookkeeper?

Bookkeeping is an important part of your business!

The information in your bookkeeping system tells you how your business is performing and helps you make informed decisions. Without an effective bookkeeping system, you can easily lose track of you cash flows and potentially get in some hot water with the CRA.Bookkeeping

Bookkeepers Save Time

As a busy business owner, it’s easy to let your bookkeeping get out of control. After only a few months, the amount of receipts and paperwork can quickly pile up and become a major distraction.

By using an experienced bookkeeper, you can spend more doing what you do best … running your business.

Cost Effective

The cost of hiring a bookkeeper is not as expensive as you might think. For between $100 to $250 per month, you can drop off your invoices, receipts, bank statements and other information and we will:

  • Classify and enter all transactions
  • Reconcile bank and credit card statements
  • Prepare payroll
  • File HST and other government returns

We then provide with information you can use to effectively manage and grow your business:

  • Monthly internal reports
  • Business health monitoring

How It Works

We will work with you to determine what information you need and set up a schedule a regular schedule for you to bring in your information. We can help you identify areas to improve your business and save you money in the long run.

Call us at (289) 288-1206 to find out how we can help you free up more of your valuable time and take on this administrative burden.

Dean Paley

A graduate of Simon Fraser University, Dean started and operated an independent painting company while perusing a degree at SFU. After graduating from Simon Fraser, Dean entered the Certified General Accountants Program of Professional studies where he obtained the professional CGA designation. After a number of successful years as the head of finance for the Canadian operations in a global financial services firm, Dean moved into a marketing role and established and launched a tax, estate and financial planning support department and service to advisors and clients. During this time Dean successfully obtained the Certified Financial Planner (CFP) designation. Dean has been a member of the Canadian Forces Reserve spanning three decades serving in the Royal Westminster Regiment (B.C.), the Military Police and later as a commissioned officer in the Cadet Instructors Cadre in Hamilton Ontario. Dean Paley CGA CFP has been interviewed and quoted in major media such as the National Post, Financial Post, Toronto Star, Canadian Business, Money Sense and Investment Executive. Dean is married to his lovely wife Deborah and has four lovely children.