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Robbins & Company offers professional accounting services to clients in the Comox Valley, Campbell River and North Island, including financial planning, corporate and personal tax preparation, family trusts, as well as business planning, budgeting and staff training. Put our expertise to work for you.

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Robbins & Company

Robbins & Company is a full-service accounting firm located in Courtenay, BC, providing accounting and financial planning services to individuals and businesses. Our team’s focus is assisting clients through sound financial planning, accounting and business advice. We believe that our personalized service and a strong commitment to helping you attain your financial goals contribute to our success. Stereotypes abound about accountants and we assure you that while your beans will be counted, our forward-thinking approach to accounting and financial planning will benefit you and your business.

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Whether you operate a small proprietorship, a growing corporate entity or need your personal tax return prepared and filed, the Robbins & Company accounting firm has the team and the tools to help you succeed in business in the Comox Valley and the North Island- whether your business is located in Courtenay, Comox, Cumberland, Campbell River or further north.

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We provide a professional environment that encourages strong, successful relationships with our clients and community. Our caring and proactive approach is guided by ethics and privacy as we commit to timely, accurate, and convenient professional service.

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