Introducing Sondra Gold, CPA

Specializing in small businesses and the cultural industry


Sondra Gold, CPA specializes in small businesses and the cultural industry. 

My mission is to empower my clients to use their talents and creativity to achieve their goals. I seek to holistically understand my clients and their needs by gaining a comprehensive look into their financial wellbeing.

"All the little things I can do, if I had a little money - Abba"


Nothing brings me more joy than enabling clients to do what they love for a living while I take care of the accounting – After the Show.

Book Keeping and Payroll​

Financial Statement Preparation

Personal and Corporate Tax Filings

Assistance with Film and TV Tax Credits

Assistance with Grant Applications

A Little About Sondra Gold

Sondra grew up in a home filled with creativity. When it wasn’t her mom writing or performing music–her dad was blaring the Beatles, and she was practicing for her 10 years of dancing and performing in musicals. This love for the creative arts ignited her passion for working within the cultural industry. 

Saddled with over a decade of experience working alongside music industry accountant veterans D. Jae Gold and Michelle Gold, Sondra has had the opportunity to work with many high profile clients and those who are just finding their footing in their careers. She has expertise in music, film, TV, comedy clubs, nightclubs, all performing arts, and anyone in front of and behind the camera. 

Sondra’s speaking engagements include Coalition Music (Canada’s leading music incubator), VO North Conference, U Of T (Munk School of Global Affair), #paid, Music Managers Forum (MMF), Song Studio, Folk Music Ontario, Kensington Market Jazz Festival and more.   

Sondra works hand in hand to ensure her clients are tackling their immediate needs but also considering their future ambitions. Better yet, she equips them with the tools they need to understand how to run the accounting side of their business. 

There’s nothing that brings greater fulfillment than to enable her clients to do what they love for a living so that she can take care of the accounting — After the Show.

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