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Top Accounting Firms in Vancouver

Finding The top accountants and accounting firms in Vancouver based on presence, size and quality. Many of these also fall into the categories of Business Accountants, Personal Accountants. A great way to verify your accountant or accounting firm, is to go through the CPABC Member Recognition Awards.

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Accounting firm based in Vancouver.

Grant Thornton LLP

Business advisory and accounting firm with 460 employees in British Columbia.

Smythe LLP

10th largest accounting firm in British Columbia.

Ernst & Young

One of the big four global accounting firms with 460 employees in BC.



Accounting and professional services firm with 1,000 employees in BC.



3rd biggest accounting firm in British Columbia.


Largest accounting firm in British Columbia with over 1,100 employees.


Brighten CPA

Personal tax and bookkeeping company with an office on Broadway and Heather.


Accounting firm specializing in US income tax, entertainment & film, estate planning and other areas.

Argento CPA

Accounting company located in Gastown offering personalized tax and business advisory services with a focus on small businesses and startups.

Clearly Accounting

Vancouver based accounting firm concentrating on business advice and tax savings.


Capital Tax

Tax return filing service company offering corporate and personal income tax return services.

DMCL Chartered Professional Accountants

Vancouver-based accounting firm with 3 locations. 9th largest accounting firm in BC. Considerable experience with Chinese services, entertainment and mining.

BBA Accounting Group Inc

Firm with two Vancouver offices focused on accounting and tax services for small businesses.

Clearline CPA

Accounting firm with three offices in the Lower Mainland.

Cahill CPA

Business and personal accounting firm in North Vancouver.

Still need help choosing an accounting firm?

Choosing an accountant can be critical for your financial wellbeing, and finding someone qualified, reliable, and trustworthy is important. Here are some steps you can follow in choosing an accountant:

Pick Business vs. Personal.

You may want to combine or split the services based on the costs and specialties.

Find a Size Fit.

Too big or too small isn’t what you want.

Determine Your Needs

Identity what services you need before looking for an accountant. For example, do you need help with tax preparation, bookkeeping, financial planning, or all of the above?

Look at the Fee Structure

The charges will range from firm to firm, so you’ll want to get a detailed quote on the expected range of costs.

Look for Qualifications

Check the qualifications of potential accountants. Look for a certified public accountant on the Chartered Professional Accountants of BC site. These designations indicate that the accountant has completed the required education, passed an exam, and met certain ethical standards.

Check Experience

Look for an accountant with most of their personal accounting experience or the industry you’re looking for. This can help them understand your business’s specific challenges and opportunities.

Ask for Referrals

Ask colleagues, friends, or family members for recommendations. Word-of-mouth referrals can be a good way to find an accountant with a good reputation.

Interview Candidates

Once you have a list of potential accountants, schedule interviews to discuss your needs and their services. Ask questions about their experience, qualifications, and fees. Ensure you feel comfortable with their communication style and willingness to answer your questions.

Check References

Ask for references from the accountant and follow up with them. This can help you better understand their reputation and work style.

Consider Fees

Accountants may charge hourly or flat fees for their services. Ensure you understand how they charge and what services are included in their fees.
Reviews: Online reviews can be tricky, but this can add an understanding of a bigger trend if there is one.

Get a Good Vibe

No one wants to work with those they don’t like. While this may be misleading or wildly subjective, it can matter in the long run.