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Accounting / Bookkeeping Services
Full service bookkeeping including: Accounts Receivable, Accounts Payable, Cash Management, Invoicing /Billing, Reporting, etc.
Quickbooks and related software
General ledger and financial statement preparation
Accounting system set-up for new businesses
Financial modeling, forecasts and projections
Cash flow and budgeting analysis
Individual, partnership, LLC and corporate taxes
Tax Preparation discounts offered for Senior Citizens
Small Business Services
Policy & Procedure Manual Design and Preparation
Part-time and per-diem controller services
New Business Start-up
Business Plan Preparation
Set-up and design of accounting/bookkeeping system
As a small business owner or manager, you have many responsibilities to ensure that your business is profitable and successful. But you don't have to go it alone. That's where a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) can be an essential partner: a CPA can help you establish effective business operations and plan for profitability. In addition, a CPA can assist you in setting short- and long-term strategies tailored to your business.
The trust small business place in CPAs is substantiated by stringent educational and professional requirements. CPAs complete more that 150 hours of intense training and a rigorous, two-day examination. They must adhere to strict state licensing guidelines that distinguish them from other accountants. Members of the American Institute of Public Accountants (AICPA) must also abide by a code of professional ethics as well as undergo peer reviews that assure their work meets the highest professional standards.
A CPA's broad business knowledge and financial expertise make him or her a valuable, trusted advisor for financial and tax planning, business valuation, accounting services, and setting and meeting your business-growth goals. A CPA is one asset you can't afford to do without as you plan, run and grow your small business.