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The end of the year is a good time to review long-term investments and mortgages.

There are many tax advantages for self-employed Canadians who work from home and hire family members in their business.


In a recent member survey the average age of a public practice accountant in Manitoba was found to be 56 years old. That means that half of practitioners will be retiring in the next 10 years and half of small business owners will need to find a new accountant.

Hiring an accountant is no longer just about finding someone who can crunch the numbers and maximize your tax refund. You want to find a trusted advisor – someone who can help you to make good decisions, based on information drawn from accurate data and informed by broad business knowledge.

Here are 10 tips to consider when you start looking for your next great accountant:

Topics: Ten tips for choosing your next accountant