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An Accountant you can rely on!

Danielle Pilon is a passionate, driven female entrepreneur and leader in business in Edmonton Alberta. As a small business accountant she serves thousands of personal and business clients every year; which gives her a unique perspective when it comes to advising about money, finances, and taxation.

Having spoken at countless events in the last 6 years, she is happy to provide new audiences with her knowledge, expertise and uncanny sense of humor when it comes to otherwise traditionally drier subject matter.

She is happy to speak to audiences of all ages, both men and women. Her passions lean towards Money & Finance and Business Development but also include Mental Health For Business Owners and Female Empowerment.

Business Background:

Danielle is a small business accountant and tax preparer serving Edmonton & Area. Her firm, Danielle’s SOS Bookkeeping Services Ltd is happy to provide professional services including: Incorporations, Bookkeeping Services, Corporate Accounting, Payroll Services as well as Personal Income Tax Returns.

She and her team specialize in being education driven, ensuring that the clients are always provided with financial and tax planning strategies,sound advise and best practices to lower their tax and increase their bottom line.

The office offers free consultations as Danielle believes that knowledge deserves to be shared freely. When she is not sitting behind her desk serving her clients, she is busy raising two daughters and managing her 2nd enterprise which is She Hustle Collective – An online female resource center aimed at providing more education, community and resources to women on a global scale.

She is available to speak about the following subjects: 
Business Budgeting
Personal Budgeting
Excelling at 4 Quarter business planning
Mental Toughness: Money & Finance
How to have good money communication
Debunking tax myths
Juggling short term and long term goal setting for business
Surviving the 2-5 year new business cycle

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