The Chartered Professional Accountants or CPAs at Metrics are your number one partners when it comes to growing your business and dealing with the intricate ways the financial world works.
What does a Chartered Professional Accountant do?
In short: we make accounting a breeze for you.
In more detail: we help you with your taxes, provide CFO services, prepare you for audits, data analysis and provide exceptional accounting services for brand new business types like cryptocurrency and legal marijuana.
And one more advantage: we provide these services online, so that you can safely access them from your own office or home. In times of social isolation, accounting is also safe, not only easier.
Leading edge business. Lean, professional, and personal service. This is where you want to be.JP Markes
The Online CPA Advantage
We love to innovate, so, when we decided to create Metrics Chartered Professional Accounting we looked for ways to make it easier for our clients to manage their financial work with a minimum loss of time.
This is how our digital Chartered Professional Accountant services were born.
Since we do all our work in the ‘cloud’, you can get access to our services from any part of Canada (or the world).
We don’t make you waste time commuting to come into our office and we allow you to run your accounting work even from home, if you are in isolation. [Read more about the CRA Deadlines during the COVID-19 outbreak]
Where did the Chartered Professional Accountant title originate from?
Years ago there were 3 main titles in use: Chartered Accountant (CA), Certified General Accountant (CGA) and Certified Management Accountant (CMA).
And since these mostly had the same specialty, a new profession / title was used: Chartered Professional Accountant. The new designation started to be implemented in Quebec in May 2012 and completely adopted on January 2019.