Starting out with accounting
Not an accountant? These accounting basics can help you launch your startup.
Lean accounting refers to financial data accumulated from lean practices.
Accountants can provide a range of advice, from structuring your business to maximizing tax credits to preparing assurance or non-assurance reports.
Understand the basics of business tax compliance with Canada Revenue Agency (CRA).
To prepare financial statements, businesses need to choose accounting standards that are right for their company’s needs.
A corporation is a separate legal entity: business and personal finances must be kept separate.
Corporation or a holding corporation? Learn what these structures mean for your business.
Learn the difference between a bookkeeper, a controller and a CFO—and at what point your business needs these finance professionals.
Sole proprietor or partnership? The structure you choose for your business has financial implications.
The accounting cycle essentially consists of five steps, most of which are mechanical, but one involves decision-making.
The four ways to structure your business in Canada.
Watch as Terry Lavineway, Director of Business Incentives, Welch LLP, breaks down the ins and outs of applying to the Canadian Scientific Research and Experimental Development Tax Incentive Program (SR&ED).