Search
  • Megan Crescio

Bookkeeping That's Ready To Go



After years of doing this business, we realize that bookkeeping is really its own kind of work.

First of all, it's what you might call white-collar knowledge work. We work with computers a lot, and with various types of digital paperwork. There’s a certain acumen to this sort of work that involves the ambiguity of finance – different ways to look at pots of money, and a somewhat intangible analysis rather than, say, a manufacturing pipeline. But the standards and best practices that have been built by the industry help a lot.

In bookkeeping, there's also a kind of unique relationship between the bookkeeper and the client that they serve. It's not just a service that you can do without getting to know your customer. That relationship is woven into the work itself.

With that said, let's talk a little bit about some of the areas where we shine in client testimonials.

Ready

Clients want a bookkeeping service to be ready to start digging into their operations on day one, and setting up routine systems that will help them with long-term finance goals.

That includes attention to the details that are important for quarterly tax filing, payroll research and more.

Some shops aren't ready when they start a job, and they take a long time tackling the learning curve. Then everybody falls behind. We aim to prevent that in our relationships with new customers!

Organized

People also want bookkeeping shops that are organized. Our people have the organizational skill to pursue all of the components of your financial ledger work and again, start up quickly and efficiently.

Think of it this way – you might have all the elements of a good set of books, but if they're scattered around, and not centralized and organized, you may not really have much in the end. And you may struggle to keep on top of all of those tasks that require a well-organized ledger.

Proactive

Clients don't want bookkeepers who just sit back and wait for directions.

We are proud to be specialists in our field who know what it takes to maintain good bookkeeping, not just as we are asked to, but on behalf of our clients!

These three aspects have led us to be successful in the bookkeeping world. Learn more on the website about what we do and why we do it – and ask us questions as we start to put together a plan for your business. You’ll see how this sort of thing works to your advantage!


2 views0 comments

Recent Posts

See All