Accounting and bookkeeping use the same entry techniques such as debits and credits for example–in fact accounting is built on fundamental bookkeeping concepts. The main distinction between accounting and bookkeeping is that bookkeeping is primarily concerned with recording information; whereas, accounting uses financial information to analyze the performance of the company and to make recommendations to enhance performance. We assist our clients in both accounting and bookkeeping.
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|2. Tax Tip:CANADIAN INDUSTRY STATISTICS: How Do I Compare?|
|3. Tax Tip:BENEFITS PAID TO SHAREHOLDER EMPLOYEES: Taxable?|
|4. Tax Tip:MUTUAL FUNDS: Corporate Class and Switch Funds|
|5. Tax Tip:TRANSFERRING PROPERTY TO A FAMILY MEMBER: Taxable Transaction?|
|6. Tax Tip:TEACHERS: This Credit Is for You!|