Frequently asked questions
- What does Shevas do?
- Why choose Shevas over another?
- Is Shevas Bookkeeping an accounting firm?
- Is Shevas Legal Services a Licenced Paralegal firm?
- What kinds of services does Shevas Bookkeeping do?
- What kinds of services does Shevas Legal Services do?
- Is Shevas a notary public or commissioner of affidavits?
- How much do you charge?
- Do you work remotely or in person?
- Is Shevas a CPA/CGA?
- Why should I get a bookkeeper?
- Are you allowed to do my taxes?
- Why get help setting up my business?
- What’s the difference between a paralegal and a lawyer?
- What’s the difference between a commissioner and a notary?
- What’s the difference between a bookkeeper and an accountant?
- What does it mean to be a tax professional?
Shevas operates two business, Shevas Bookkeeping and Shevas Legal Services
Most bookkeepers and accountants are simply that. I am not, For your collections I'm your Accounts Receivable clerk and your Paralegal/Legal Assistant. I know your personal struggles and can help you through it while putting your business in order with your books. I'm your one stop shop, CFO and I can help you and your business.
No Shevas Bookkeeping is a Bookkeeping firm.
YES, Elisheva Eisenberg is a Licensed Paralegal in Good standing with the Law Society of Ontario
Shevas Bookkeeping does QuickBooks ProAdvisor, Tax returns for non-corporate entities, Accounts Receivable, Accounts Payable.
Landlord Assistance, Tenant Assistance, Human Rights, Small Claims, Judgement Enforcement, Parking Tickets, Traffic Tickets, Notary Public, Commissioner of Oaths, VirtualNotary Public, Collections.
Elisheva Eisenberg is technically both a Commissioner of Oaths and a Notary Public
Each individual service is priced differently.
- Notary is $45/document,
- travel letters and affidavits are $100/letter,
- self employed taxes are $300,
- personal taxes are $200,
- contract drafting is $250/contract,
- research is $50/hour
- tickets are $200 flat
For everything else please be in touch to analyze your individual needs.
I work remotely, at this point all courts are virtual, in the event courts go back to in person as most people hope, I will attend courts but work and meet remotely from my home office.
Bookkeepers help you manage your finances, know how your business is doing fiscally, and consistently keep on top of your accounts and transactions they make taxes a dream come true at the end of the year.
If you are incorporated (including Ontario numbered company). The answer is no. Otherwise YEP, no problem.
It is good to have advice and guidance on what is needed and required and the best way to go about getting there. I have set up 3 businesses of my own as well as countless others as well.
It means having years experience and professionalism in filing taxes. In my case I have 13 years of filing experience in doing individual, non corporate taxes in the most fiscally responsible while maintaining ethics and honesty to get you the best results.