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.




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

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Estate and trust taxation is a very specialized practice.

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

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

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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.



  • Fri, 24 Jun 2016 20:41:14 +0000

    Gamification helps consumers rise above credit card debt

    Gamification can be used to make almost any experience more appealing.

  • Fri, 24 Jun 2016 14:34:16 +0000

    There’s a hidden cost to Canada’s underground economy, worth a staggering $45.6 billion

    When the person behind the counter in a shop doesn't ring up your purchases, there's a good chance they're pocketing your cash and not reporting the income to the CRA

  • Fri, 24 Jun 2016 12:30:16 +0000

    Couple has a hefty income, but plans for a two-year maternity leave and a bigger house make planning a priority

    This young Toronto family isn't in any danger of running out of money, but that doesn't mean they can forego careful planning

  • Thu, 23 Jun 2016 20:12:51 +0000

    Vancouver prepared to forge ahead on vacant home tax, with or without province’s support

    Vancouver's mayor is proposing a punitive business tax on homes that sit empty, but the plan could punish more homeowners than expected

  • Thu, 23 Jun 2016 15:01:42 +0000

    Generation X is squeezing baby boomers out of cottage country as retirement looms

    Though as a retirement strategy, cottages don't come cheap, with top properties ranging from $1.6 million in B.C. to $845,000 in Ontario

  • Thu, 23 Jun 2016 14:38:05 +0000

    Morneau taps municipal, provincial counterparts to tackle runaway housing markets

    A working group of municipal and provincial officials will look at supply and demand, affordability and the stability of the market and provide possible policy changes

  • Wed, 22 Jun 2016 20:59:30 +0000

    Liberal pension reforms represent a major shift in purchasing power

    The CPP boost in combination with the recent Old Age Security reset won’t necessarily make all retired workers better off

  • Wed, 22 Jun 2016 20:37:40 +0000

    Home affordability gets worse in first quarter as prices in Vancouver, Toronto climb: RBC

    The Royal Bank of Canada says the higher cost of ownership in most other areas of Canada was modest relative to income

  • Wed, 22 Jun 2016 08:00:23 +0000

    Renovation spending expected to rise in 2016 as people just can’t afford to move

    About the only move left for Canadians demanding a better home has been to renovate the one they have, according to new data

  • Tue, 21 Jun 2016 21:31:51 +0000

    CPP changes are ‘significant’ for most Canadians’ retirement incomes: economist

    The agreement between Finance Minister Bill Morneau and his provincial counterparts will gradually expand CPP benefits between 2019 and 2023

  • Tue, 21 Jun 2016 19:10:43 +0000

    The enhanced CPP comes with a tax change — and that’s a good thing

    When the enhanced CPP begins in 2019, increased employee contributions will be eligible for a tax deduction, rather than a credit, like current contributions

  • Tue, 21 Jun 2016 18:02:44 +0000

    The number of new detached homes for sale in Toronto has never been this low

    Ninety per cent of all new homes available for sale in the GTA last month were either high-rise or mid-rise condominiums, pushing up the price of low-rise living

  • Tue, 21 Jun 2016 17:27:06 +0000

    Why we should be celebrating the decision to expand the Canada Pension Plan

    Jonathan Chevreau: While it’s too late to help boomers, it offers real retirement security for the next generation, and is as close to a secure defined-benefit pension as they're likely to come

  • Tue, 21 Jun 2016 15:56:29 +0000

    Dream Office REIT to sell 50% stake in Scotia Plaza to KingSett, AIMCo

    Real estate investment trust Dream Office REIT said it would sell a 50 per cent interest in Scotia Plaza, Canada's second tallest office building, to KingSett Capital and AIMCo.

  • Mon, 20 Jun 2016 22:17:10 +0000

    CPP expansion may be centre stage, but Liberal changes to OAS may have the bigger economic impact

    The issue is who is going to pay for cost of living for people who have the luck — and the social burden — to live longer

  • Mon, 20 Jun 2016 21:37:15 +0000

    Housing crash in Canada could cost mortgage lenders almost $12 billion, Moody’s warns

    Rising household debt and soaring home prices are creating conditions similar to the U.S. housing crisis. The rating agency crunches the numbers on what that would mean to Canada

  • Mon, 20 Jun 2016 14:57:51 +0000

    ‘Investors aren’t likely to get bailed out by double-digit returns’ as Vanguard CEO sees more fee cuts at firm

    Following reductions in trading and management costs, the next frontier of savings for investors will come from lower advisory fees, Vanguard's CEO said at a conference in Chicago

  • Sun, 19 Jun 2016 17:39:08 +0000

    Getting provinces to agree on expansion of the Canada Pension Plan won’t come easy

    Trudeau made a bold election promise to expand and enhance the Canada Pension Plan, but there is skepticism the provinces will come on board when finance ministers gather Monday

  • Fri, 17 Jun 2016 19:32:55 +0000

    Credit cards can make or break a mortgage application

    Homebuyers can pay off both credit card principal and interest on a realistic schedule by obtaining a personal loan

  • Fri, 17 Jun 2016 15:37:19 +0000

    What Prince can teach you about U.S. estate taxes, and why Canadians should pay attention

    Canadians can be subject to those taxes too — all it takes is U.S. stock or property holdings. And, although our estate system is different, some assets do face tax

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