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Corporate &

Business Finance

Everyone needs an accountant,

but accountants don't always fit everyone.

We have dedicated CPAs to suit every industry, specializing in the personalized services you require for your small business.

When starting a new practice, or maintaining an existing practice, record keeping and accounting are integral to success. Informed decisions regarding tax strategy and general bookkeeping are highly influential and complex. Having a professional team to build, maintain and monitor financials will ensure you have the time to build your practice with a focus on your clients first. 

Alberta is well known for its natural beauty and clean environment and the environmental products and services sector helps preserve this legacy through its commitment to sustainability. The sector is also respected for its dedication to excellence. Alberta companies adhere to high provincial and federal government standards and employ skilled Albertans with specialized knowledge in engineering, law, science and technology.

Alberta is Canada’s energy province. The province’s diverse resource portfolio includes natural gas, conventional oil, coal, minerals and the famous Alberta oil sands. The energy industry provides tremendous opportunities for companies involved in the extraction and processing of Alberta’s energy resources as well as for supporting companies involved in business management, engineering, consulting, information technology and communications, and manufacturing.

Alberta has a large, sophisticated and growing information and communications technology (ICT) industry with an international reputation for innovation. Alberta’s robust ICT sector has enabled growth across all sectors of Alberta’s economy. The solid base of Alberta’s ICT industry includes almost 4,500 companies and 50,000 employees generating $11.4 billion in annual revenues.

Alberta's engineering and construction (EC) firms make a significant contribution to Alberta's economy, accounting for 12% of the province's gross domestic product (GDP). EC is a knowledge-based sector. The more than 300,000 Albertans employed in this sector have succeeded in developing diverse and strong world-class skills. About another 400,000 Alberta workers are dependent on this sector.

Alberta’s food and beverage products are made to meet high standards and have an international reputation for quality. Alberta’s food and beverage processing industries represent the province’s third largest manufacturing sector and Alberta is the third largest producer and exporter of agri-food products in Canada.

Alberta’s financial services industry is a critical enabler to the growth, scalability and productivity of the province’s traditional and emerging industrial sectors. Its robustness provides our industrial leaders with the needed capital and financial support to become global players, while its breadth provides the self-sufficiency needed to ensure entrepreneurship, equity, and wealth are cultivated and developed locally. 

With approximately $14.5 billion per year of existing activity, Alberta is one of Canada’s major metal manufacturing centres, behind only Ontario. Demand in Alberta will require nearly $200 billion of new construction and maintenance spending over the next twenty-five years, much of it for fabricated metal products.

YOUR DREAM. YOUR PASSION. YOUR RISK. YOUR REWARD.

How can trusted advisors help you make the best decisions for your business?

You own your business and therefore you are accountable when making decisions that affect every aspect of that business. From the top down, and bottom up, the decisions you make will make or break your successes.

Building value into your business ranges from financial to client experience, all of which are essential to your future goals and successes. If you have questions regarding your current and future financial stability, a conversation with your accountant will provide immeasurable value.

Business succession is a intricate process that requires advanced emotional and financial planning to insure your goals for your business and personal financial future are met.If you have questions regarding risk and opportunities in succession planning, we would be happy to start the conversation.

Outsourcing payroll allows entrepreneurs the freedom to focus on growth without compromising their most valuable asset - their employees. A penny saved is time earned. Let us know if you could use additional time to focus on growth, while we focus on dependability.

Technical knowledge and industry experience are strong tools for building strategies that minimize liabilities related to corporate taxation. Your long term business goals are directly affected by the decisions you make today. If you're looking to gain insight into the future of your business through effective tax planning, just ask.

Business acquisition requires a comprehensive risk and financial assessment first and foremost. Transparency and communication are key to successful purchases and effective long term strategies. If you are considering purchasing a business and have questions or concerns regarding process, please don't hesitate to ask.

Time is extremely valuable for established entrepreneurs, and ambitious industrialists just starting on the road to fulfill their career goals and dreams. If you have questions regarding how outsourcing your bookkeeping to your trusted advisor can help create more time to follow your dreams, please let us know.

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SOLUTIONS DRIVEN ACCOUNTING

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Postal Address - P.O. Box 218  Okotoks, AB T1S 1A5

P.  403.938.0333.  F.  403.938.3724

INFINITE Chartered Professional Accountants is an independent accounting firm. The information provided here is for general information purposes and should not be construed as providing advice. INFINITE Chartered Professional Accountants has not independently verified any information set out herein. Any opinions set out herein are subject to change and INFINITE Chartered Professional Accountants does not undertake to notify the reader of such changes.