Accounting You Can Trust
Ongoing & One Time Services
Why In The Black Consulting
Is Your Best Choice
We have over 25 years experience working with various types of Companies, including Construction Businesses, Retail Businesses, Online Stores, Real Estate Professional, Real Estate Investors, Photography Studio, Law Firms, Medical Offices, Service Companies, Etc. We have completed many interesting projects over the years that have helped us stretch and grow in the Bookkeeping industry. Our varied experiences have shaped a business that caters to the specific needs of our clients. We love showing our clients some of the ways they can use their accounting software to get a better picture of what is happening in their business on a Monthly, Quarterly, or Yearly basis. We take the time to explain what a business’s financial statements are telling the owner about their business.
We confirm that the data entered into the accounting system is always accurate and timely.
This brings unusual items to the Business owner’s attention so they can address them immediately.
It shows a more clear picture of which checks have not cleared the bank to make your business easier to manage.
We Handle All Your Accounts
- Bank and Credit Card Accounts
- Any Loans and Interest Accounts
- Employees loans
- Report any discrepancies to the Owner and assist in resolving any issues
- Accounts Payable
- Accounts Receivable
- Payroll accounts
- Business owner provides any Bank Statements, Mortgage Statements, CC Statements, Vender Statements, Loan Statements, Payroll Reports and other supporting documents.
- We do the reconciliation in accounting software, comparing the statements to the numbers entered in the accounting software to make sure all the data is entered accurately.
- Any questions regarding the charges in each of the accounts are brought to the awareness of the Business Owner.
- Reconciliation reports are presented to the Business owner for review with the Financial Statements.
Business Owner Benefits
- Accurate invoices sent to their clients in a timely manner.
- Receives timely payments.
- Creates better cash flow for the business.
What To Expect
1. Business owner submit requests for invoices and indicates what type of income, what items or services were provided, the charge for the items or services, who to bill and where to send the bill.
2. Data entry to reflect Business owner’s request.
3. Submit the Invoice to the client electronically or mail to the client per Business owner’s instructions.
- Business owner gets a monthly review of his company’s financial state and can make informed decisions on what needs to happen in his business next.
- The Business Owner can see his costs of goods and his overhead expenses in simple reports.
- Red Flags in the business can be caught early and addressed before they become insurmountable problems.
- The business owner can see where the expenses are being applied and determine if the categories are appropriate.
What Do We
- Once Financial Statements are prepared, an appointment is scheduled with the Business owner and the Accountant.
- The Business Owner and the Accountant meet Face to Face or via Screen sharing and discuss what is contained in the Financial statement.
- This usually takes 15-30 minutes on a monthly basis after the first 2 meetings.
- Review the Financial Statements Face to Face or via Screen sharing to determine that the information is accurate. Generally 15-30 minute meeting on a monthly basis after the initial meeting.
- Answer any of the Business Owner’s questions about their company’s financial Statements
- Business Owner’s can use their financial Statements to determine changes they can implement.
What Do We Do For You?
- Collect the employee forms necessary to create a paycheck
- Collect payroll hours from the Business Owner
- Submit the hours to their payroll company
- Collect Reports from payroll processing company
- Enter payroll information into their accounting software
Results To Expect
- When Employees are paid in an accurate and timely manner they are more satisfied with their jobs.
- The Business owner is more likely to retain good employees.
- The Business Owner’s Government obligations are met so the Owner does not have penalties.