Louise and her husband Randy moved to Tumbler Ridge in the summer of 2005 as he had a job at the mine as a Heavy Duty Mechanic. They loved Tumbler Ridge the moment they drove into town and actually had an accepted offer on a house within two hours of their arrival.
After Louise got settled in her new home, she started up Complete Office Services, which specializes in bookkeeping and income tax preparation. Gibney can do work for the Corporate and Sole Proprietorship businesses; including payroll and GST. She uses both Simply Accounting and/or QuickBooks, with the updated versions including payroll. If you are in the market for a bookkeeper or tax preparer please call her, as she is set up for E-File with Canada Revenue.
Like she says ?a quick way to get your tax return in your hands? Louise is continually upgrading her knowledge and skills and she also works closely with two other accountants and can give you a referral if you require one.
Gibney grew up in Watson Lake YT, graduating from FH Collins Secondary School in Whitehorse in 1984. She then went on to NAIT where she graduated in 1992 with a diploma in Business, specializing in Marketing.
Louise ran her own import business; participated in Trade Shows across Canada including the CNE in Toronto, the Calgary Stampede, and K-Days in Edmonton. She sold her product extensively off the internet to a mostly US customer base. She has experience as an accounts manager in a very busy insurance office as well as in
Gibney also worked in construction, as a heavy duty equipment operator in those lean days between jobs or waiting for another semester of college to start; this gives her a broad base to understand her clients business.
Louise said ?I look forward to hearing from you; all the best to you and yours this year I think it will be an exciting year for Tumbler Ridge?. ?Remember tax season is just around the corner, if you have any questions with regards to your taxes or books, please give me a call, and if you owe money to Revenue Canada you must file before April 30, 2008 to avoid penalties?.
Louise we are very pleased to have you on Board with the Chamber of Commerce. Thank you and we wish you a very busy tax season and many new clients in the year to come.