Quick-Books Accounting Services
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Our Accounting Services offers a three-tiered approach to developing and maintaining your company’s overall financial processes and management. The first prong is created by installing accounting software in this case either Quick-Books Accounting or Quick-Books Point of Sale. In doing so we create an accounting data file so that it’s tailored to the specific needs of you and your business.
Next is the full-charge bookkeeping and accounting. We all know the basic duties of a bookkeeper: to track payables and receivables and keep all your business’s financial transactions documented. Sounds simple enough, but there’s a lot more to this job than meets the eye.
A full-charge accountants we can also manage payroll, handle deposits, create and maintain monthly financial reports, manage the ever-changing world of taxes as well as quarterly taxes and withholding. Also reconcile bank statements to internal accounts and even help out during an internal or IRS audit.
Whether you want to get a business loan, answer an auditor, or simply design next year’s budget and business plan, we assist as your full-charge bookkeepers/accountants. We help ensure that each of these tasks are completed correctly, in a timely manner, and that they are accurate enough to be truly useful.
Between the accounting software and the full-charge accounting, you will have begun to create a set of checks and balances within your business. If you are using an internal Bookkeeper,Individual department spending will be recorded and analyzed by the bookkeeper, accounts receivables and payables reviewed and fulfilled by him or her, and the company’s spending is contrasted with its budget for review and analysis that can help identify inefficiencies and create more accurate future budgets.
And this is where we bring in the third prong of the bookkeeping service, the auditor. The auditor increases the company’s overall financial accountability and checks and balances. A auditor reviews the bookkeeper’s ledger for accuracy while also maintaining the integrity of the accounting data file in the future so that adjustments can’t be made without approval. Lastly, an auditor issues monthly financial reports highlighting any critical issues that you need to understand and possibly address.