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Jerry J. Copuroglu was born in Istanbul, Turkey. He graduated the Academy of Economics and Commercial Sciences in 1978 and obtained his B.A. designation. After working as an Accounting Manager for a Construction Company and traveling to Middle East to audit different accounting methods used by company’s sites, he came to Toronto in 1985. Having worked for an accounting firm for 3 years, he started his own practice in 1990 and obtained the C.G.A. designation in 2000. Jerry Copuroglu is authorized to practise public accounting by the Chartered Professional Accountants of Ontario. Jerry completed the CICA In-Depth Tax Course, Part I , Part II and Part III .
Jerry’s main focus in practice is on customized income tax planning and business consulting for professionals and owner managed services. He enjoys assisting clients in making decisions on issues such as:
- Personal and corporate tax planning
- Monthly & Year end
- Accounting Services
- Audit and Review engagements
- Services for Travel Agents, Not For Profit Organizations, Condominium Managements
- Business Plans
- Full Financial Planning
- Small Business Start-ups, Management and Decision Making
- Computer Services
Jerry enjoys giving a personalized service for his clients, and deals with every individual client as much as time permits. He considers “success” to be the product of many variables - ethics, flexibility, reliability, integrity, determination, commitment, confidence in one’s skills and abilities, a creative spirit, a willingness to take calculated risks, and need for adventure.
Jerry’s almost 850 tax and corporate clients have responded to his philosophy of combining tomorrow’s technology and today’s professional performance with yesterday’s old-fashioned concept of loyalty and caring!
He enjoys spending his spare times with his family life and he is a father of three lovely children.
THINGS TO LOOK BEFORE HIRING AN ACCOUNTANT
If you are looking for an accountant you should ask if they are: Familiar with your type of business.
Taking new clients, has the time and staff to service your needs.
Willing to come out to your location (if you want them to) or find out if you have to go to their office.
Available to assist on evenings, weekends and holidays if needed.
Reasonably quick to respond to requests.
In addition you must: Assess your own level of knowledge and determine how much help you need. Based on your level of knowledge, find an accountant that talks to you using terms that you can understand. The best advice in the world won’t help if you can’t understand it.