If you’re the type of person who is self-employed and wants to make sure your taxes are filed in advance of the June 15th deadline, now is the time to start bringing in your statements and receipts.  Accounting offices get bogged down during tax season and individuals with April 30th deadlines typically take precedent.  By gathering all your documents and bringing them in early for bookkeeping analysis, you greatly reduce the risk of being delayed during tax season.  Even if you don’t have all your tax slips ready, performing your bookkeeping in advance and then following up with your tax slips in March will make your file much easier to process during busy season.

Click the link below to request a free 1/2 Hour tax consultation for your small business or incorporated bookkeeping needs.  We’ll make sure to get back to you within 24hrs.






  1. William-
    February 8, 2013 at 3:11 am

    Just starting a new business and need some help with the bookkeeping

  2. February 8, 2013 at 3:36 am

    Hi William,

    Please email info@completeaccounting.ca or call 778-298-2415 and we’ll arrange a free 1/2 hour consult to help you out with all your bookkeeping needs.

    Best Regards,


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