Your Partners in Business

No matter what your business.

Wilkinson is aware of the special challenges municipalities, universities, school and hospitals face, including the public scrutiny around spending. Through our experienced counsel, we can guide these organizations towards a sustainable, efficient, and accountable future.

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Testimonials

“Jeff Lay is the most thorough and conscientious Chartered Accountant I've ever dealt with.”
"I wanted to take this opportunity to thank you for all your support over the years, not only regarding our accounting...
“Since 1994, I have trusted the team at Wilkinson with all my accounting needs. They, along with their exceptional...

Services

There are many stages in a person’s life where an accountant’s specific expertise is essential. No matter what your situation - whether you are starting or expanding a business, getting married or divorced, or hoping to retire – you’re covered with Wilkinson’s large variety of services.

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There are many different ways of retiring; you can sell completely to a partner or third partner, or transfer your business to the next generation.

Not all business valuations are done for the purposes of expanding or divesting. Sometimes, the value of a business needs to be determined because there has been a dissolving of a business partnership, litigation or a marital breakdown.

Whether you are expanding, acquiring, merging, selling, or divesting, business and advisory services are an essential tool in determining the value of assets involved in any transaction.

Bookkeeping is the backbone of all accounting. Accurate and complete daily and monthly recording of all business transactions is essential for the preparation of all accounting reports.

Industries

At Wilkinson & Company, we have the distinct advantage of being able to offer our clients years of in-depth and specialized experience, with a wide range of knowledge in almost every industry.

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Manufacturing

The manufacturing industry in Canada can often seem like one big roller-coaster – you can be riding high one day with a strong export and production sector, and the next, the rising Canadian dollar and fluctuating energy and commodity prices have you plummeting.