CPC Accounting strives to protect our client’s and employees’ privacy rights and others with whom our company deals. We operate in compliance with all current Canadian privacy laws. We always follow the Rules of Professional Conduct of accountants. These rules ensure your privacy and confidentiality.
We gather and use personal, business, and financial information from our clients only to serve them better services from our end. We use the collected data to prepare your financial statements, books, tax returns, financial planning, and HST returns. We are committed to protecting the privacy of the information that you have entrusted to us. We will never reveal your information to a third-party without your permission or acknowledgment.
Sometimes, CPC Accounting may need to preserve your information for governmental and professional usages. To ensure your privacy, we are committed to retaining and safeguarding your data, even if you are no more a client. We will deploy suitable technologies to maintain high-security standards.
CPC Accounting is familiar with the latest and cutting-edge technologies. Our team is adept with advanced cloud-based third-party platforms such as Xero. That’s why client data may be preserved on a third-party server. We ensure you full encryption and protection of your data through restricted access and authentication. All clients of CPC Accounting should be aware that CPC cannot control the systems in place at third-party service providers, and therefore, the clients may assume the risk of holding their data with any third-party service provider.
We respect your concern for the privacy of your employees, customers, and other relations during the course of our reviewing process. We assure you that your information will be kept confidential, and we will not disclose it to any third party other than as may be instructed by the law.
CPC Accounting gathers personal information only by legitimate and fair means. We try to collect information directly from the individuals. However, sometimes, we may gather personal information from other sources, including governmental agencies and financial organizations, or the individual’s employer when we act for an individual. We seek written consent for the personal information (where it is possible).
We may use personal information without explicit consent only when we need to respond to requests from governmental organizations such as Canada Revenue Agency or regulatory bodies.
In all cases, CPC Accounting limits the quality and type of information gathered to only the personal information needed to offer the individual advice and services and supervise the clients’ and the employees’ database.
We value the privacy of our clients and employees. We protect privacy as vigorously as it is possible for us. We store personal information in secure electronic and physical files. Access to these files is strictly restricted. Unfortunately, no data transfer using the Internet platform can be guaranteed to be entirely safe. Hence, CPC Accounting cannot warrant the security of data transferred electronically.
CPC Accounting restricts unnecessary access to the collected personal and confidential information of our clients.
We put our best efforts to preserve the personal information as accurate, complete, current, and relevant as necessary for providing accounting and other related services. We are committed to protecting the precise information and request you to notify us about any changes in your given personal information.
Our partners, staffs, and contractors are liable for maintaining the privacy of all stored personal information to which they have access. We make them sign a confidential agreement concerning their acceptance of this responsibility. This agreement is useful even if they leave or retire from CPC Accounting.
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