Professional Services

At DMCL, we work with a variety of professionals. We listen to your issues and challenges. Drawing on our knowledge and experience, we provide solutions that benefit your practice. Not only do we know first-hand what it’s like to run a professional service firm, but we serve hundreds of professionals. We are ready to apply that depth of experience to your operational, management and tax-planning challenges.

Our Professional Services clients include:

  • Solicitors & Notaries
  • Physicians & Dentists
  • Real Estate Agents & Property Managers
  • Architects & Engineers
  • Insurance Brokers
  • Investment Advisers
  • Management and Public Relations Consultants.

Our services

  • Preparation of financial statements i.e. Compilation, Review and Audit engagements
  • Personal and corporate income tax planning
  • Preparation of personal, corporate and partnership income tax filings
  • Budgeting, forecasting and financial statement projections
  • Bookkeeping and Cloud Accounting
  • Cash flow projections
  • Business advisory services regarding the purchase or sale of a business
  • Estate and Trust tax planning
  • US and Canadian Cross-Border tax planning
  • Advisory services

Why use DMCL for Professional Services Accounting

What makes us unique is our entrepreneurial spirit and ability to develop strong relationships with our professional services accounting clients.  We have built our reputation through our commitment to quality and service. Our clients are the focus of all that we do.

With a competitive price structure, a no-nonsense approach to professional services, and an understanding of your industry, we help you become more efficient, profitable and well managed. We pride ourselves in developing trusted relationships with our clients, and we understand the importance of being responsive, reliable and accountable. With our hands-on approach, we will work with you to help you achieve your goals.

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