KBFP ACCOUNTANTS IN VAUGHAN, BARRIE & ORANGEVILLE.

KBFP LLP is a Licensed Public Accounting firm of Chartered Professional Accountants in Vaughan, Barrie & Orangeville that provides an array of accounting, tax, assurance and business advisory services to Canadian companies.

Our firm provides consulting services, audit, review and notice to reader engagements, financial projections, corporate and personal tax preparation, estate tax preparation, sale, acquisition and business startup services, accounting software implementation, and much more.

We have the skills and knowledge to provide any of the accounting, tax and assurance services to meet clients needs.

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AUDIT

At KBFP, we offer qualified accountants for audits, reviews or compilations to meet the needs of your business.

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TAX

Estate and trust taxation is a very specialized practice.

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ADVISORY

Even the most qualified managers can benefit from competent, objective feedback.

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ACCOUNTING

At KBFP, we offer a wide range of accounting services tailored to the needs of our clients.

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DID YOU KNOW?

Marketing practices from the past that are still vital to delivering exceptional customer service.  Big data, mobile, social and content is the future of marketing but consumers are not just influenced by brand messages rather the experience they from brands.  Positive customer experiences are paramount. 

KBFP can provide a business health check.  A business health check determines business performance as measured by its key performance indicators.  Let us show you the impact of every major business decision you will make before you make it. 

Think you owe money to Canada Revenue Agency due to delinquent filings or reporting issues. Contact us to determine if you would be eligible to have the interest and penalties waived on owing.

Statistics show that only 1/3 of all businesses transfer to the next generation and only 13% into the 3rd generation. If you have a business you would like to pass onto your children using the most efficient tax methods ask us about our recomended succession planning strategies.

The lifetime capital gains exemption on qualified small business shares has increased from $750,000 to $800,000 and indexed to inflation. If you are a small business owner contact us to find out how you can benefit from the exemption.

For years the approach in employee reviews was to discuss deficiencies.  In 2016, look for an increase in Strength based leadership.  Though we can be taught just about anything, we are most engaged and productive when doing things we enjoy where we can demonstrate proficiency.

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FINANCIAL POST

  • Fri, 27 May 2016 19:30:28 +0000

    ‘With convenience comes vulnerability’: What to do if you’re the victim of financial fraud, and how to protect yourself

    The reality is the online conveniences we now take for granted have made us easy targets for fraud. Here’s what to do if it happens and how to protect yourself

  • Fri, 27 May 2016 19:21:01 +0000

    Peace of mind or just another headache? The pros and cons of putting your finances on auto pilot

    It makes sense for some to sign up for automatic payments, but there are factors about all this unconscious spending that can cause people to worry

  • Fri, 27 May 2016 17:38:24 +0000

    If you object to how the CRA assessed your taxes, you can challenge it — but make sure it’s in a timely manner

    The deadline for filing an objection is one year from the normal filing due date or 90 days after the date printed on the Notice, whichever is later

  • Fri, 27 May 2016 15:09:08 +0000

    Couple with more than $250,000 in cash needs to invest or their savings will shrivel

    In their mid-50s, Betsy and Horace have ample savings but they have to get over their fear of stock markets or inflation will erode retirement income

  • Wed, 25 May 2016 19:53:15 +0000

    It takes 23 years to save for a down payment in Metro Vancouver: ‘Hard work doesn’t pay off like it used to’

    A new report crystallizes in stark numbers the challenge facing young Canadians trying to make a go of it, especially in Vancouver, where even having kids is like owning a Lamborghini

  • Tue, 24 May 2016 14:46:01 +0000

    Four out of 10 homeowners caught short without enough money to meet their expenses, new survey finds

    Manulife Bank poll paints a dim picture of Canadians with rising debt who could be sitting on a potential land mine if interest rates start rising

  • Tue, 24 May 2016 14:44:02 +0000

    New homes prices in Toronto continue to push past $1 million as the city runs out of houses

    Builders say the lack of serviced, developable land has limited the supply of new low-rise homes, creating ‘dramatic’ increases in prices across the Toronto area

  • Fri, 20 May 2016 18:59:18 +0000

    Why you might be better off without a defined-benefit pension plan

    With good tax and investment planning, you can often earn a better return, pay less tax and maybe even have a solid estate to leave behind. Ted Rechtshaffen shows you how

  • Fri, 20 May 2016 17:37:19 +0000

    With just a single income, buying a home and retiring in 10 years will be a struggle

    Buying a house right before retiring will mean adding mortgage payments to her already razor-thin budget. Still, she can have what she wants. Here's how

  • Fri, 20 May 2016 13:00:21 +0000

    Why boutique tax credits may be more trouble than they’re worth

    Often, the rules surrounding some of the credits are mind-bogglingly complex to decipher, and in some cases, the effort needed by taxpayers for a successful claim can outweigh the value of the tax credit being sought

  • Thu, 19 May 2016 20:53:58 +0000

    Canada Revenue Agency ‘tightening net’ on tax cheats following Isle of Man revelations

    The first targets for the CRA are 350 individuals and about 400 companies that have conducted financial transaction on an island off the coast of England

  • Thu, 19 May 2016 19:43:45 +0000

    Skyrocketing housing costs ‘clear and present danger’ to Vancouver’s economy, new report warns

    Expensive housing and long commutes are eroding Vancouver’s ability to attract talent and business investment, study says

  • Wed, 18 May 2016 14:32:48 +0000

    CMHC expects home building to slow, but prices to keep rising

    But even with prices at record levels in Vancouver and Toronto, CMHC doesn't forecast any sort of correction that would impact the national number

  • Wed, 18 May 2016 13:57:04 +0000

    Canadians with subprime credit ramp up the debt, Alberta delinquencies on the rise: report

    Among subprime customers, the average credit card balance per consumer was $6,601 in the first quarter of 2016, which is a 5.7 per cent increase from a year earlier

  • Wed, 18 May 2016 16:47:19 +0000

    Vancouverite aims to fix ‘broken’ housing market by connecting ‘real buyers’ with ‘real sellers’

    David Kandestin has set out to change the tone of Vancouver’s crazy housing conversation with a website for people who want buy or sell homes below market price

  • Tue, 17 May 2016 00:38:22 +0000

    Don’t look now Toronto homebuyers, Niagara Falls just might be your new suburb

    The Niagara region is becoming a bedroom community for Hamilton-Burlington, where prices have been soaring for the last couple of few years

  • Mon, 16 May 2016 20:49:50 +0000

    Canadian home sales set a new record in April

    Sales were up in about 70 per cent of the markets surveyed by CREA with the Ottawa region leading the way

  • Mon, 16 May 2016 19:58:01 +0000

    Chinese investors take on U.S. real estate, surpass Canadians as top foreign home purchasers

    It might not provide much comfort to Canadians worried about increased Chinese investment in the housing market, but a new report paints it as a global phenomenon

  • Sun, 15 May 2016 10:43:44 +0000

    ‘Tax the rich’ may be a rallying cry, but it’s hardly a fair system

    Ted Rechtshaffen: Sure, the wealthy are constantly searching for strategies to pay less under Canada’s current tax system, and who can blame them?

  • Fri, 13 May 2016 17:29:25 +0000

    Is it time to tax foreign property owners? CIBC economist weighs in

    As debate heats up, chief economist Benjamin Tal says applying a flipping tax on foreign investors might be a step in the right direction

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BARRIE

Peter Koutroulakis

705-722-5519

pkoutroulakis@kbfp.ca

VAUGHAN

Robert Pellegrino CPA, CGA

905-761-8080 ext. 224

rpellegrino@kbfp.ca

ORANGEVILLE

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