Running a business is tough enough without the burden of preparing your books. We can help save you time and money by removing much of that burden from your shoulders, allowing you to focus on running your business. Our professionals can help with any of the following services for your business:
Are your books a mess? You aren’t alone, as keeping an organized set of books can be a daunting task!
Our accounting professionals can help you focus on running your business by taking the tedious bookkeeping tasks off of your plate.
Let us save you time and money (time is money!), as well as give you some peace of mind that your books are in the hands of experienced professionals.
Our experienced professionals can help with a myriad of business questions.
Starting a new business? Concerned about how to structure it? Questions about which software system to use for your business? Need advice about maximizing your tax deductions for your business?
We can put your mind at ease knowing that you are doing it the right way the first time.We can work with you to sort through most issues you run into during the course of running your business.
Whether your business is a sole proprietorship, corporation, S-corporation, partnership, LLC, LLP, or non-profit, we can prepare your books and tax returns for you. We can even take things a step further and prepare the tax returns for the owners and partners!
Don’t get behind in your tax filings for your business -contact us today to set up a free initial consultation!
Financial Statement Preparation
We can wrap up your books at the end of the year, and prepare professional financial statements for you. Does your bank require you to compile financial statements each year to satisfy your loan requirements?
We provide compiled and reviewed financial statement preparation (no audits), and we can help you stay in compliance with your loan requirements.
A review of your financial statements provides the user with limited assurance that the financial statements are prepared according to GAAP (Generally Accepted Accounting Principles). While an audit is much more in-depth than a review, a review still offers the financial statement user (banks, investors, etc.) some assurance that your company’s financial statements are prepared in accordance with GAAP.
A compilation is the lowest level of assurance when it comes to your financial statements. While a review or audit provide assurance, a compilation involves our professionals working with your books and putting that information in the form of professional financial statements.
It is definitely a good idea to keep your employees happy.
One way to ensure they remain that way is to make sure they get paid on a regular basis!
But payroll can be a daunting task, especially when dealing with payroll taxes and deductions.
We can help advise you regarding electronic services and integrating those into your accounting system.