Accounting and Assurance

Financial Review - Tax Services

Confidence In Your Financials

Our team can help with financial preparation including; Review, Notice to Reader, Future Oriented financial statements, and Trust Audit.

Helping Businesses Improve Their Financial Health

Client Testimonials

We have been working with Mona Soleimani for over 5 years now. Our business is not a typical business and from day one Mona was able to competently manage all our accounting needs. We are fortunate to have Mona work with us as she is professional, knowledgeable and is very efficient, allowing us to concentrate on other aspects of our business knowing that the accounting side is well managed.

DARLENE SELIGMAN, Vice President @ ARKTOS Developments Ltd

Mona Soleimani is a highly skilled accountant who has added much value to Skills Canada BC. Not only has Mona excelled at setting up financial reporting systems for us, Mona has helped the organization save money and maximize revenue opportunities along the way.

ELAINE ALLAN BA. MBA , Executive Director, Skills Canada BC

Soleimani Accounting, Chartered Professional Accountant, provides first class accounting services with the highest integrity. As a new technology start-up company they have worked hard to get all our finance infrastructure set up and ready as we launch the our new company. Thank you for your continuing great service.

MICHELLE MOLLINEAUX, Co-Founder & CEO KoolProjects Media

Mona has given me great service at a reasonable price for my small business. She understands the limited resources available to a small company and makes it easy to talk about my goals for my company. I would recommend her to anyone needing a reliable and ethical accountant.

STEPHANIE FROLEK , Making Calm Out of Chaos

Mona is friendly, personable, and very competent accountant. I regularly contact Mona about accounting and tax questions that I come across during my practice and I am always impressed by the breadth of Mona’s knowledge and expertise. I have no hesitation recommending my friends, family and clients to Mona.

L. HAMILL

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    Frequently Asked Questions

    Nothing is more important than the relationship between yourself and your accountant. You want to feel like you are being listened to and that they have your interests at heart. In the interview these questions might act as a guide for the conversation, but also trust your gut instinct to feel out whether there is a good match of personalities.

    • What are your qualifications? 
    • What types of clients do you work with? 
    • What are your fees? 
    • What Technology Do You Use?
    • How do you keep up with changes in your profession?
    • What is your response time if I email, or call you?
    • Why should I use your firm?

    As your company grows, and there is more demand for your time during your working day, you may find you need the support of an accountant. For sure, you can do your own accounting for your small business, many owners do just that. But maybe business owners often say that they wish they made the decision earlier instead of leaving it to the last minute.

    You should hire an accountant for your small business when you need help with the collection, analysis and reporting of financial information. Accountants can interpret your financial data in order to help you make better business decisions when it comes to your company’s money.

    To find and hire the right small business accountant, consider these 5 steps;

    1. Identify your needs. The first step in hiring an accountant is identifying what level of financial help you need
    2. Do you need full-time or part-time accounting?
    3. Post a job, ask a friend, post in FB groups, and ask around your network circles
    4. Prepare interview questions for the first meeting
    5. Interview, sign, and onboard

    Learn more choosing the right accountant

    Many small businesses prefer to have an accountant or other certified tax preparer complete their Canadian income tax returns. Using an Accountant to prepare your income tax returns in Canada can help alleviate a lot of stress and time on the part of the business owner.

    Part of running a successful business is knowing how Canadian income taxes are filed and prepared, which can help you get the best return. This includes understanding which business expenses qualify as legitimate Canadian income tax deductions

    Accountants’ hourly rates are typically $200 to $300 an hour. Tasks such as CRA statements might cost $220 monthly or $330 quarterly. A straightforward yearly business tax return might cost $2,200 to $3,300. If you’re getting your accountant to also do your CRA, the end of year process can be more efficient.

    We direct you to the Canada Revenue website which is a great resource for information on how to file your own taxes.

    File your taxes online or by paper, or find other options to have someone else complete them for you:

    1. Certified tax software (electronic filing)
    2. Authorize a representative.
    3. Community volunteer tax clinic.
    4. Discounter (tax preparer)
    5. Paper tax return.
    6. Automated phone line (File my Return)

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