Numbers are our thing and helping small businesses is our passion.

Expert accountants for small business

Get the benefits of a professional accountant without the full-time expense

As our client, you’ll have access to timely and relevant financial reporting that gives you a clear understanding of your business’s current state, empowering you to make informed decisions about your financial future and drive its success. Enjoy the benefit of having a seasoned professional accountant managing your financials, but without the added expense of adding full-time hire!

Accounting services

Our experienced team provides customized solutions to meet your specific needs, whether that includes basic bookkeeping, payroll management, financial reporting, or all of the above.

+ Bookkeeping

Keeping track of your day-to-day financial transactions so that your books are always up to date and accurate.

+ Payroll

Managing your employee payroll and ensuring that all tax withholdings and filings are done correctly and on time.

+ Accounting

Providing a range of accounting services, making sure that transactions are accounted for and that your financial statements balance.

+ Financial Reporting

Providing timely and relevant financial reporting, depending on the needs of your business.

Expert financial advice: Outsourced CFO program

 Our Outsourced CFO program provides access to executive-level financial strategy and customized recommendations to help you achieve your business goals. But we don’t just give advice – we also help you create systems to put our recommendations into action. Let us help you take your business to new heights with our Outsourced CFO program.

Complex accounting solutions

Our professional accountants are experienced in handling a variety of complex accounting issues. We provide customized solutions to untangle even the most complicated accounting problems and get your reporting systems back on track. Some issues we’ve helped resolve include:

+ Consolidation

If your business has multiple entities or subsidiaries, consolidating their financial statements can be complex, especially if they have different accounting systems or policies.

+ Revenue recognition

Accounting for revenue can be complicated, especially if you have multiple revenue streams, long-term contracts, or recurring revenue arrangements.

+ Expense recognition

Properly accounting for expenses can be difficult, especially if you have complex contracts or agreements with vendors or expenses spanning multiple periods.

+ Inventory valuation

If your business carries inventory, accounting for its value can be complex, especially if you have a large number of SKUs, variable unit costs, or slow-moving inventory.

+ Depreciation & amortization

Properly accounting for the depreciation and amortization of fixed assets can be challenging, especially if you have many assets or varying useful lives.

+ Foreign currency

If your business conducts transactions in foreign currencies, accounting for them can be complex due to fluctuations in exchange rates and the potential for gains or losses.

Understanding the roles of bookkeepers, accountants, & CFOs

Bookkeeper vs. accountant

A bookkeeper classifies transactions. An accountant makes sure that the transactions are accounted for properly and that financial statements balance. (In today’s digital age, it likely doesn’t need a bookkeeper. Save your money – hire an accountant instead.)

Accountant vs. CFO

Accounting reports the past. Accounting provides a set of financial statements. A CFO is able to understand the financial statements, in light of the business’s current goals and needs. A CFO is able to advise business owners on what levers they need to pull or what areas they need to concentrate in to improve results or get the results that they’re striving for.

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