Flat Monthly Fees
We offer full service bookkeeping and accounting solutions
in Edmonton & Calgary for businesses like yours. Imagine having the budget to have a team of accountants on staff and just handing them your receipts, sales records, payroll and government notices to take care of. Your books are up to date, your government remittances are filed, and you have the insight you need to grow your business right at your fingertips. All for a flat monthly fee.
Tell us how to reach you, and we’ll get back to you within one business day.
Place your accounting documents
in our pre-paid Xpresspost envelope
and drop it in the mail.
Delegate your bookkeeping to our
team of accountants.
We enter and categorize everything.
We take care of your accounts,
payroll, GST, and our accounting partners take care of your
tax return & provide you with
ongoing advice, all for a flat monthly fee.
You spend more time running your business.
“Origami is the answer. Keep it up guys.”
“Absolutely without a doubt the most helpful, straightforward and accommodating accounting firm I have ever had the pleasure to work with.”
“For the first time I feel that my business is ‘caught up’ on the accounting side of things.”
Convinced yet? Sign up to meet with us
and enjoy the wonderful benefits of Origami Accounting today!
Origami takes the pain out of bookkeeping and accounting!
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- Your monthly bookkeeping
- Your Corporate Tax Planning
- Your employee payroll
- Your CRA correspondence
- Access to advice from a Chartered Accountant when you need it
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