About us

Accounting & Taxation – GTA (Greater Toronto Area)


Welcome to On Time Accounting

We believe that the selection of a professional accounting firm is one of the most important decisions an individual or business can make. We hope to make that decision a bit easier.

Our commitment towards excellence allows us to offer a complete array of accounting, tax and consulting services – delivered with a personal and professional touch. We value our role as trusted partners who know our business and respect yours.

If you’re looking for a productive relationship with trusted financial experts, we may be the right match for you.

On Time Accounting Solution Ltd. is a professional accounting firm serving individuals and businesses in Greater Toronto Area. We ranked one of the top accounting firm specializing in trucking businesses.

Over 15 years of Canadian experience, we have a diversified client base of closely-held businesses, emerging public companies, high net worth individuals, not for profits and foundations.

Our comprehensive experience allows us to efficiently address our clients’ issues and to produce effective and timely solutions.

We attribute our growth to our unwavering commitment to client service, which is demonstrated through:

  • quality and timely service
  • personal client contact throughout the year
  • innovative approaches and solutions to client problems
  • Specialized services in Transport, Medical Clinic, Dealership, Franchisee, & IT businesses

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Tax Tips By Accountant in Brampton

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Tax Tips by an Accountant in Vaughan

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