Canadian Bookkeepers Association

Canadian Bookkeepers Association

The Canadian Bookkeepers Association (CBA) is a national, not-for-profit organization committed to the advancement of professional bookkeepers. Membership in the CBA provides bookkeepers with the resources to succeed in an ever changing environment. Our association creates excellence through knowledge and is growing rapidly, representing a comprehensive financial management approach to business for any size company. Our Membership is growing rapidly each day and represents bookkeepers in the majority of Canada’s provinces and territories.

Our MISSION includes:

  • To Promote, Support, Provide for and Encourage Canadian Bookkeepers.
  • To promote and increase the awareness of Bookkeeping in Canada as a professional discipline.
  • To support national, regional and local networking among Canadian Bookkeepers.
  • To provide information on leading-edge procedures, education and technologies that enhance the industry, as well as, the Canadian bookkeeping professional.
  • To support and encourage responsible and accurate bookkeeping practices throughout Canada.

Future Goals

We are committed to growth that benefits our members and Bookkeeping in Canada as a professional discipline. Our goals include advances in Distance Education, Certification of Bookkeepers, and Regional Chapters. We appreciate suggestions that improve this website and the Association. We are listening and appreciate your input!

We are working towards designation of bookkeepers in Canada. The designation will be “Certified Professional Bookkeeperâ„¢”

History

The Canadian Bookkeepers Association was formally known as the Canadian Bookkeepers Alliance. CBA began accepting members in early 2003.

February 9, 2004 the Canadian Bookkeepers Association was incorporated as a not-for-profit association. Membership growth has far exceeded what was originally anticipated. We are thrilled with growth of the Association.

We have grown with each milestone into the National not-for-profit organization we are today with members in almost every province and territory.

1 comment so far

  1. Heather Shaw March 28, 2010 12:00 am

    How can I become a member?

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