The services of professional accountants in Canada are very expensive. First of all, this is due to the prestige of such work. And not all companies operating in the country can afford a full-time specialist. What should businessmen do in such a situation?
How to approach the search for the best accounting support firm?
In Canada, all employees in the accounting industry are divided into two large groups – book-keeper and accountant.
The first group consists of employees who process incoming primary documentation, keep records of all ongoing business operations, and also fill in existing financial and economic registers.
The second group of representatives of the accounting support employees solves complex financial and economic tasks, conducts an audit, controls the provision of reports and its content.
Thus, all bookkeeping services performed require a high level of qualification. The result of this is the need to pay for the work of each employee in this area at a decent level, which small companies often cannot afford, especially if we are talking about attracting an accountant with an accountant qualification on the basis of permanent employment. In this case, the most optimal solution is to conclude a contract with one of the largest accounting firms operating throughout the country.
Most often, such firms are located in the largest cities – Vancouver, Toronto, Montreal and provide their services to companies located at different parts of the country.
In addition to the usual accounting support of the financial and economic activities, accounting firms in Canada also provide financial audit services, including for developing a more competent strategy for the customer’s behavior in the market. At the same time, the range of audit support also includes accounting and tax services, with the help of which it is possible to achieve the highest possible level of compliance with the current tax laws in Canada. It is especially important to monitor full compliance with tax legislation due to the fact that Canada is a state with a strong social policy, and opportunities for its implementation are drawn from tax deductions.