We help Canadian small business owners all along their entrepreneurship journey. What's small? Companies with 0-25 employees and between zero and $2 million in annual revenue. Many of our customers will outgrow us, which is all in the plan! When you are ready for an in-house accounting department, we will be there to make the transition as smooth as possible.

Scaling Businesses


Just starting out and looking to scale? We can start you on an easy to manage package that provides you with the training and support you need and still have a team on your side when required. As your requirements increase, we are happy to add more services so you can continue to focus on what you do best.


Feeling a bit overwhelmed and need someone to jump in to keep your books clean and provide a sounding board? We can take the bookkeeping off your hands and help you focus on growing your business. Recommended for those facing burnout.


Feeling like it's time you took a step up in your business and let those around you pick up the slack? We can take on more responsibility and provide you with the information you need in a timely fashion. You might even be able to take a vacation.

Freelancers and Solopreneurs


Not everyone wants to scale their business. We get it. The hard part is that all businesses still need to keep the books and make the filings. That's where we step in. We can take care of that so you can keep your life simple and focus on what you do best - serving your clients.


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Sweet Impressions

“Small potatoes.”

That’s precisely what Aynsley Rosin felt her business was to the large accounting firm she was working with. She just couldn’t get answers to her questions quick enough, and she wasn’t receiving any sort of detailed advice or insight based on her numbers.

And Aynsley is someone who understands the importance of detail. Her business, Sweet Impressions - which she runs with co-owner Krista Robertson - has been making beautifully decorated, intricate, and downright delicious sugar cookies, cupcakes, and wedding cakes in Winnipeg since 2008.


Wayward Distillation House

Dave and Andrea Brimacombe had huge plans for their retirement. “Wouldn’t it be great to build our own distillery?” they mused. They could picture it: They’d create and sell small-batch, handcrafted spirits, and throw open the doors for tours and tastings in the heart of the Comox Valley. Yes, once they’d called it quits, that’s precisely what they’d do.  

But then something rather unexpected happened.