We help business owners overcome the frustration they experience when trying to manage their accounting records and financial reports. We provide appropriate support for each unique situation, allowing you to focus on growing your core business and generating profits.
We offer a wide range of accounting and bookkeeping services to help you effectively manage your business affairs. Our support includes QuickBooks certified advisors, payroll management, accounts payable, accounts receivable, and financial statements reports.
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The difference between bookkeeping and accounting is akin to the difference between watching a movie and writing one. Bookkeeping focuses on recording and organizing financial data. Accounting interprets the data, and presents it in useful formats for business owners, investors, and other stakeholders.
Making sure your books are up to date will not only protect you from an audit but also allows you to track and plan your cash flow, analyze your information so you can make more informed decisions, and save you time during tax season since you’ve done the work during the year.
Legal entities are business structures that allow a company to enter into contracts and go to court in the name of the entity, rather than its owners. There are different types of legal entities to choose from depending on how much protection you need and how complex your finances are. The most common are sole proprietorships, partnerships, C corporations, and limited liability companies (LLCs).
Not all businesses have to have a separate bank account. But if you plan to do business in any substantial way, it’s a good idea to make it official. Combining your personal and business funds is noisy, disorganized, and puts your finances at risk. Setting up a separate account can help you track spending more easily and keep it separate from your personal finances.