Bookkeeping for small business tailored to your needs as a client. Bookkeeping is an important key to a business’ success. With a clear financial picture, you’ll be able to answer these important questions: Am I making money or losing it? How much? Is my business financially secure or are money troubles ahead? As a result, you’ll be less stressed at tax time and more prepared to drive your business in the right direction. Read more here…
Bookkeeping and accounting is an important aspect of running a small business. With accurate record keeping you have the tools to meet all your financial and legal obligations.
By hiring Flagship Accounting to assist you in this process, you can spend your valuable time focusing on the growth and sustainability of your business. Our team has extensive experience working with small businesses. We will tailor our services to meet your needs.
When your records are ready, we can prepare your business taxes for Canada Revenue Agency. Whether you are incorporated or a proprietorship. Read more here…
For Non-profit Organizations
Non-profit organizations are unique. Your bookkeeping needs to be structured based on various factors including funding, policies and procedures and constitution and bylaws. Funding agreements have specific reporting requirements. You may have multiple funding agreements all with different requirements.
Crystal Livingstone at Flagship Accounting has been working with non-profit organizations since 1991. Working with you, we will set up your bookkeeping systems to make your reporting an easier and less cumbersome process. We can assist you with monthly board reporting, budgeting, cash flows and annual reports to funders.
For Individuals and Proprietors
Preparing your individual tax return can be stressful and overwhelming. Having your taxes prepared can alleviate the stress and confusion.
The tax preparers at Flagship Accounting will spend the time with you to ensure you have maximized your eligible deductions. Once your return is prepared and we have reviewed it with you, we will E-File it with Canada Revenue Agency.
On average, E-filed tax returns that are entitled to a refund take between 10-14 days to arrive. This process is generally faster if you have set up direct deposit with Canada Revenue Agency.
Personal income tax returns are due by April 30th of the following year. Proprietorship tax returns are due by June 15th of the following year.