Our Roots


Good Redden Klosler’s history dates back to 1948. For many years, the firm has played a vital role in supporting many local businesses, farmers and professionals in their surrounding communities with accounting, advisory and wealth management services and this continues today.

Accounting Services
Accounting Services

Meet our team

Good Redden Klosler has expanded into a team of professional experts who use the latest innovative solutions to support their clients. It is to the clients’ advantage to have an integrated team of specialists look after their needs rather than one individual. There is power in a team approach.


Here are a few frequently asked questions about our services followed by answers to give you clarity on what we do to help our clients.

  1. What do you mean by unique integration? Answer
  2. How do you help with growth and direction? Answer
  3. I have an accountant and a financial planner. What do you offer that they don’t? Answer

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Drive Away Hunger

We are so excited about achieving our goal for the Farm Credit Canada Drive Away Hunger food drive! 432.20 lbs of food or 813 meals to our local caring cupboard! When it comes to the basics, food is at the top of the list. While most of us are fortunate to have enough to eat,[...]

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Latest Client Story

"Good Redden Klosler is a great team to go to for your business needs. They work well together which I find extremely valuable when I have questions. They have back-up support with a team of professionals to provide answers in a timely manner. They help me clearly understand all aspects of our company’s financial situation as well as structure and needs. They are dependable; I can always count on them and their personalized service stands out."

Business Owner, Manufacturing

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Financial Statements

Probably the most common service performed by accountants includes the preparation of formal financial statements. A set of financial statements would typically include a balance sheet, income statement, statement of cash flows and the accompanying notes. In many cases, small to medium size enterprises (SME’s) are required to submit a full set of formal financial[...]

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