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Training, Consulting

QuickBooks Bookkeeping training and support

Wendy Willis 

Phone : 250-882-1680

Why a CPB?

A CPB is trained to record your year-end adjustments and prepare your adjusted trial balance - the last step before the financial statements and tax return are prepared. Your financial statements and tax returns are only as good as the company books that you give to your Accountant​

A CPB has the proven ability to ....

Help you get accurate financial statements and tax returns.

A CPB is trained to record your year-end adjustments and prepare your adjusted trial balance - the last step before the financial statements and tax return are prepared. Your financial statements ans tax returns are only as good as the company books that you give to your Accountant.

What this means to your company:

You base important decisions on accurate financial data.
You avoid problems with the CRA or filing amended returns because your Accountant was given inaccurate books.
You can give your bank, investors or other interested parties accurate financial data.

Find and correct any accounting errors in your company's books.

A CPB can find and correct errors in your books, trial balance and bank statements. You have a bookkeeper who can correctly perform your monthly bank reconciliation.

What this means to your company:

You avoid costly delays filing your tax return because your books have to be redone.
You keep track of cash on a timely basis.
You make sure that you catch errors on your bank statements - and errors in your ledger cash account - before they cost you money.
You can get accurate financial information about your company any time you need it.

Do your company's payroll.

A CPB can help you:

complete and file key federal forms;
avoid misclassifying employees as independent contractors;
save on overtime pay by knowing what paid time to include - or not to include - in overtime calculations; and
keep an eye on your outside payroll service (if you use one).

What this means to your company:

You avoid CRA penalties - or even worse, endless CRA correspondence.
You help reduce the chance of a costly wage-and -hour audit.
You avoid late-filing penalties and interest.

Maximize depreciation for your financial statements and taxes.

A CPB can:

Set up and maintain depreciation schedules for your
firm's property, plant and equipment.
Depreciate vehicles, including employee business v. persoanl use.
Record depreciation for your financial statements under GAAP - and make sure you get all your depreciation deductions for tax purposes.

What this means to your company:

You get all the depreciation deductions you are entitled to.
You maximize company car deductions without inviting a CRA audit.

Record and cost out your merchandise inventory.

A CPB can:

record merchandise inventory under the perpetual or periodic methods.
cost out inventory under LIFP, FIFO, LCM, weighted or moving average.

What this means to your company:

You always know the value of inventory on hand and avoid unpleasant surprises on your financial statements at year end.

Help you avoid costly losses from fraud and theft.

A CPB can help you set up internal controls and is trained to prevent or spot:

employee theft of cash or other assets.
check fraud by employees or customers.
credit card fraud by customers.

What this means to your company:

You minimize or avoid employee theft.
You avoid being scammed by customers.
You avoid getting taken by dishonest vendors.

Definition of Bookkeeper in Canada

According to HRDC, the definition of a bookkeeper is as follows:

Bookkeepers maintain complete sets of books, keep records of accounts, verify the procedures used for recording financial transactions, and provide personal bookkeeping services. The term bookkeeper refers to a person who can complete a full set of books and including a trial balance.

Some of the Duties Performed by a Bookkeeper:

Setting up and maintain financial records using either a manual or computerized bookkeeping systems
Post journal entries and reconcile accounts, prepare trial balance of books, and maintain general ledgers
Calculate and prepare cheques for payrolls, supplier invoices, government remittances as well as other expenditures
Complete and submit tax remittance forms, workers' compensation forms, pension contribution forms and other government documents
prepare other statistical, financial and accounting reports

Executive Team















Wendy Willis
CPB


Wendy does bookkeeping, consulting training and seminars in QuickBooks.  She has also been certified in Simply Accounting and MYOB and several others.

Wendy has operated this business since 1996.  The business was incorporated in 1999.

Wendy does accounting, bookkeeping, and small business consulting including year end preparation.  However we do not do year end tax returns.  We recommend that you hire a CA or CGA to do the year end tax return and tax planning, since that is their specialty.  Wendy also sells software and does setup, installation and training for new  businesses, and does conversion for those switching software or trying to link to their specialty third party software or point of sale software.Type your paragraph here.

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