Our office maintains records of financial transactions by establishing accounts; posting transactions; ensure legal requirements compliance.
We can prepare all personal and business tax returns accurately and timely. No return too large or too small.
Payroll & Reconciliation
Payroll is frequently an inherent part of operating a business. Employees require to get paid; taxes and benefits must be considered and paid as well. Since payroll can be very complex and detailed, companies often decide to outsource this function, but they still require to book payroll in their accounting systems. Accounting for payroll typically involves numerous general ledger accounts to capture data about expenses and liabilities, including payroll payable and tax expense accounts.
Quarterly taxes are not all bad if you plan for them. Mark your calendars, manage your documents, budget accordingly and send your payments in on time. Create consistent habits, especially as they relate to your tax responsibilities, to keep your business financially savvy throughout the year.
Record financial transactions for businesses and organizations. Sample resumes of Bookkeepers include such duties as uploading and indexing past due and current invoices; creating, verifying and submitting payments for approval; and closing the month's books to get ready for tax filing.
Monthly Accounting Packages
Don’t Build An Accounting Department. Use Ours!
We use a proven affordable approach to accounting so your financial information is there whenever you need it. We offer you a comprehensive package that incorporates information that you can use, services that help you grow, and answers to your financial questions.
For a small business, it’s like having the luxury of a CFO at a price that makes sense.
Easy on your wallet, and easy to use.
Business Entity Selection & Creation
Of all the choices you make when starting a business, one of the most important is the type of legal structure you select for your company. Not only will this decision have an impact on how much you pay in taxes, it will affect the amount of paperwork your business is required to do, the personal liability you face and your ability to raise money.