Fulcrum Group Is A Leading-edge Professional Accounting Firm Located In Grande Prairie Serving The People And Businesses Of The Peace Region.

Built on nearly forty years of experience, Fulcrum Group brings together the talent and services of Rozema Lofstrom Kimble LLP and Davis Kay & Co. LLP to create one of the most modern and advanced accounting firms in Grande Prairie.

We Provide Professional Services For Grande Prairie & Area

To find out how Fulcrum Group can serve you, check out our services page. We’re also always ready to chat about your specific
needs over the phone or by email. Simply contact our office today to get started.

Learn More about our newest accounting services with Xero.

We offer all-inclusive accounting services and guided accounting services with a variety of packages to meet your business needs using premium, cloud-based services that you can access anytime, anywhere.  

Our Experience

Our collective expertise includes: personal and corporate taxes, bookkeeping, tax planning and preparation, consulting services, purchase and sale of businesses, estate planning, and mergers & acquisitions. With a cutting-edge approach and forward thinking mentality, we continually grow to meet the needs of our Grande Prairie community.

At Fulcrum Group, we work hard to provide strong customer relations and efficient timelines from our vast pool of resources. Our collective experiences strengthen our accounting services and allow us to help people across Grande Prairie and its surrounding areas in new and effective ways.

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Personal Service Businesses

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