C.S.I.L. bookkeeping and payroll
services in British Columbia.
C.S.I.L. bookkeeping and payroll services in B.C.

Get in touch for a free consultation and discover the benefits of the C.S.I.L. Program in British Columbia.

Contact us for a free consultation and discover the benefits of C.S.I.L.

EST. 1996

Serving British Columbia
for over 25 years
Serving British
Columbia for over
25 years

Welcome to B.C. Community Bookkeeping. We have been providing efficient bookkeeping services since the conception of the C.S.I.L. Program in 1996.

Bookkeeping for the 'Choices in Support for Independent Living' Program (C.S.I.L.) in British Columbia.

Bookkeeping for the 'Choices in Support for Independent Living' Program (C.S.I.L.) in B.C.

What is the C.S.I.L. Program?

Choice in Supports for Independent Living (CSIL) is a self-directed option for eligible home support clients. CSIL clients receive funds directly from their local health authority to purchase their own home support services.

Clients become employers who manage all aspects of their home support, from hiring and supervising staff to overseeing how CSIL funds are spent.

If you are just beginning, we provide complimentary start-up services and confidential consultations. Based in the Okanagan Valley, we are able to bookkeep for people all over the province!

Clients become employers who manage all aspects of their home support, from hiring and supervising staff to overseeing how CSIL funds are spent.

If you are just beginning, we provide complimentary start-up services and confidential consultations. Based in the Okanagan Valley, we are able to bookkeep for people all over the province!

Further reading >

Formerly 'Lloyd Fry Bookkeeping'.

Lloyd T. Fry, founder, owner, and operator, along with wife Candace, were the founders of Okanagan Medical Supplies in Vernon, BC.

Lloyd became a quadriplegic in 1973 and the couple were hugely instrumental in increasing accessibility in the Okanagan.

Lloyd also guided the Interior Health and Fraser Health programs in building their monthly report form templates. He has provided support, guidance, and a helping hand to thousands of people with disabilities throughout British Columbia for 40+ years.

Lloyd became a quadriplegic in 1973 and the couple were hugely instrumental in increasing accessibility in the Okanagan.

Lloyd also guided the Interior Health and Fraser Health programs in building their monthly report form templates. He has provided support, guidance, and a helping hand to thousands of people with disabilities throughout British Columbia for 40+ years.