Accounting & Tax Preparation Services - Fraser Valley


Leskun & Son Accounting Serving These Communities Langley Office 604-532-0061 Mission Office 604-826-1215 Chilliwack Office 604-392-1551
Tax Services

We offer a range of tax services to both business owners and individuals living throughout Langley, Abbotsford, Mission, and Chilliwack. All of our tax services are tailored to suit the needs of each client in order to provide them with the best advice and services possible.


Our cost-effective bookkeeping services will allow you to spend more time focusing on your business and less time stressing out over your business' books. Our team can ensure that you have well-kept financial records for helping you reach true business success.

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Business Consulting

All of our business consulting services for small businesses in Langley, Mission, Chilliwack, and Abbotsford are designed to help you achieve both personal and business-related success. We will always go the extra mile to ensure that you are receiving the best advice and services for your unique business.

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Bookkeeping Tips for Small Chilliwack Businesses


Bookkeeping can be a major hassle for businessowners who do not have the time, passion, or natural inclination for accounting and keeping books, so having a good professional bookkeeper available to help whenever possible can be extremely beneficial. At Leskun & Son Accounting, we offer small business bookkeeping services that can help to keep you and your company running optimally, and we are always prepared to offer bookkeeping tips for small Chilliwack businesses.

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Chilliwack Small Business Bookkeeping Tips

Keeping the books for your business does not have to be a struggle. With the right bookkeeping tricks and tools, you can ensure that your business is prepared for each financial season. Some bookkeeping tips that we often offer to small businesses in the Chilliwack area include:

1. Plan for the Worst Regarding Expenses and Taxes

Take a look at your potential expenses coming up over the next few years. If you have equipment that might need to be replaced or facilities that could need to be upgraded, it is worth factoring it into your upcoming financial plans. This will ensure that your books are in the black when expenses occur. Taxes are worth planning ahead for as well. As a business owner, it is likely that you will owe the government money at the end of tax season, so it is best to have a bit set aside from your expense budget.

2. Track All Expenses

Keep track of all expenses for your business and make sure that you keep them separate from any personal expenses. Keep track of all receipts, invoices, and bills and write expenses down as they come up. Having a separate bank account for the business with its own credit card can make keeping track of these things much easier.

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3. Use Automated Tools

Cloud-based accounting tools can be integrated with your business’s bank accounts in order to offer real-time bookkeeping services. Look into the different options for bookkeeping software in order to ensure that you have the best option for your needs. While this software can provide a great advantage over the old-school methods of bookkeeping, they do not solve all your problems and you will still need to do manual bookkeeping, planning, and budgeting regularly. There are also many automated tools that allow you to track employee time sheets and schedules, keep track of project accounts, and more.

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To find out more information about bookkeeping tips for small Chilliwack businesses, or if you have questions for one of our professional accountants about any other accounting or bookkeeping issues, please contact Leskun & Son Accounting at 604-392-1551 or fill out a contact form on our website.

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