Small Business Bookkeeping: Have $10K to 100K of Income?
If you are a sole proprietor or single-member LLC and just getting started or have income below $100K, you are exactly the type of client I am looking for.
As an experienced QuickBooks Online Advanced Certified accountant, I am looking for new clients to work FOR VIRTUALLY. I am Denver/Metro based. I work remotely/online from my business-office. I choose to work for those that are comfortable leveraging 21st-century communications technology. Gone are the days when the only option was meeting in person to collect documents.
So whether you are trying to use QuickBooks, a spreadsheet or no books at all, I HAVE A PACKAGE THAT IS AFFORDABLE. I can get you caught up and stay up to date for less than what most uncredentialed "accountants" charge and certainly way below what a traditional CPA firm would charge, by a lot.
All my pricing is on my website as well as any add-ons that you would like to add. No pressure and no BS (ahem, that's bait and switch:)), just honest work and honest talk, at a fair rate just like you do in your business.
I understand your pain and I can help, contact me today and let's get started so you can quit worrying so much about the books and the IRS.
Why Small Businesses Need a CPA
Small businesses need a financial tax advisor. But your business needs a Certified Public Accountant (CPA), not just an accountant. One of the most important parts of running a business is keeping your finances in order. No matter how small your business, using CPA services has its advantages. In fact, if you are currently earning under $100,000 per year YOU are exactly the client I am looking for.
CPAs are licensed. A CPA is licensed by a state and must keep current with tax laws in order to maintain a license in that state. After they are licensed, a CPA must also comply with continuing education requirements to maintain their licenses. You can learn more about the standards that CPAs must follow by checking out the CPA professional organization, the American Institute of CPAs (AICPA).
CPAs are familiar with tax laws. Knowledge of the tax code is a big part of a CPA's licensing exam. Many CPAs take yearly tax courses to keep up to date on the Tax Code. One of the biggest reasons small businesses need a CPA is because they are eligible to represent you before the IRS in an audit.
CPAs do financial analysis. CPAs do a more detailed analysis than bookkeepers or accountants. Plus, they advise on tax and financial matters. A CPA is more prepared and puts their license on the line by giving tax and financial advice.