Kelowna Bookkeeping

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What's New


Canadian Bookkeeping Forms

For your convenient, we have included Canadian Government Bookkeeping related forms as listed below. Right click on the forms and select "Save Target/Link As".

T2125 Business Activity Form

T2121 Fishing Activity Form

T2042 Farming Activity Form

GST Form

FIN 400 PST Form

Business Number Registration Form

You can find information on: Business Organization, Financial Statements, Accounting Equation, Debits and Credits in the following Accounting 101 document. Right click on Accounting Tutorial and select "Save Target/Link As".

Business Plan Example

Accounting Tutorial




Current News


Tax Free Savings Account

Starting January 1, 2009, Canadians who are 18 years or older can start contributing to a Tax Free Savings Account (TFSA). It is tax free because the interest that you gain on your savings is not subject to tax. You can make withdrawals at anytime for any purpose. Also any unused contribution from the previous year can be carried forward to the current year. The maximum contribution limit for 2009 is $5,000. The TFSA will not have any impact on your RRSP limit.


Recent News


Did you know

The Year you turn 71 is the last year in which you can make a contribution to your RRSP. You can contribute to an RRSP under which your spouse or common-law partner is the annuitant until the end of the year your spouse or common-law partner turns 71.




Our Services


Monthly or quarterly bookkeeping services that include the followings:

  • Complete set of bookkeeping from data entry, payroll, GST, PST, and financial statements
  • Monthly data entry of receipts
  • Payroll
  • Business year end
  • Government reporting
  • Training

Accomp Services is here to help you get a handle on all your bookkeeping needs:

  • Drop off your receipts and we will organize and get ready for data entry.
  • Set up accounting software and issue the chart of account geared to your business.
  • Data entry ( All payables and receivables documents)
  • Have regular cheque processing time for payables.
  • Process customer deposits on receivables.
  • Process payroll
  • weekly, bi-Weekly, semi-monthly, monthly and bonus payouts.
    T4, T4A, T5, and T5018
    record of employment
  • Account reconciliation
    credit cards
    prepaid expenses and deposits
  • Prepare month end financial statements
    balance sheet
    income statement
    detail general ledger
    payables and receivables
  • submit government remittances
    payroll source deductions
    GST return
    PST return
    T4 Summary
  • Prepare for year end
    reconcile payables, receivables and payroll
    prepare papers required for audit
    work with auditors on year end review of financial statements
  • Training
  • Staff training on accounting software for daily data entry

A short tutorial focused on Simple Accounting is available for download at the left side in What's New section as well as at the bottom of our main home page.