Your business is important. As a small business owner, I understand how important our businesses needs to continue to grow and be prosperous. What can I do to help your business grow?
Check your assets and depreciation. Properly record them when bought or sold.
Stay on top of your accounts receivable and accounts payable. Set reminders for both.
Monitor your expenses. I will help you find ways to lower them.
Keep track of your inventory. I can help find ways to lower your losses.
Prepare monthly and year end statements. This will help your tax preparer.
Properly mark up your cost of goods sold. Compare apples to apples.
BUILDING A BUSINESS PLAN
Set up documents to help prepare for business loans, IRS, independent audits, or other proposals that will help your business stay healthy. Online, or on paper, there should be constant communication to steer your business in the right direction.
STRATEGY AND OPERATION
Are you losing money when your jobs are complete? Let me help you find the seeping holes in the jobs billings and set up a job costing system that will track time, tools, materials, and people working on the site. Properly bill by percentage of the job completed while maintaining your inventory needed to finish the job. Reduce your supplies and purchases wasted on lingering inventory.
No business is too small for bookkeeping. All transaction receipts will be properly recorded, reported, and archived. I have different methods to help you stay on track with all transactions, including payroll, accounts receivables, account payables, inventory along with current and fixed assets.
"Mia helped me with my bookkeeping because I'm on the road all the time and don't have time to do it. She developed a system so I can stay on the road and see where my business is."
John G. Truck driver Owner/Operator