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A bookkeeper simply helps a business owner keep track of their books (revenues and expenses). A CPA is a certified public accountant and can help you with all of your accounting needs from bookkeeping to taxes to managing your finances and growing! If you care about your business, then you should definitely care.
I work with small business owners who have $5MM in annual revenue or less and want to grow. If you are finding yourself lost in the accounting aspect of business, and think that is stopping you from growing, then reach out and I will let you know how I can help! During our introduction call, we will figure out if we are a good fit to work together.
By keeping track of your books and reviewing them with you monthly, I can help you grow your bottom line and reinvest that money into your business! On top of that, I can help you stay current on your tax liability, saving you money and making sure you don't get any huge tax bills. Taxes can be your largest expense, I help reduce that!
WHAT IS THE MAIN DIFFERENCE BETWEEN A CPA AND BOOKKEEPER? WHY SHOULD I CARE?
HOW DO I KNOW IF DIVINE ACCOUNTING AND CONSULTING IS RIGHT FOR MY NEEDS?
HOW DOES DIVINE ACCOUNTING AND CONSULTING HELP ME BUILD MY BUSINESS?
CAN YOU HELP ME WITH MY SELF EMPLOYED INCOME OR MY LLC BUSINESS INCOME?
I NEED HELP WITH MY QUARTERLY TAX PAYMENTS, CAN YOU HELP ME WITH THAT?
MY BUSINESS IS HAVING TROUBLE, HOW CAN I MAKE MY BUSINESS MORE PROFITABLE?
Yes, I can definitely help you keep track of your sales and expenses. I can also help you make sure that your business is profitable. Most businesses fail in the first 5 years they are open, but I am here to make sure that your business is here for the long run! Hint: Weak Cash flow or margins are usually the culprit.
Yes I sure can, I usually set up automated payments using my tax software so that you never have to worry about IRS penalties and interest. Your tax returns should have form 1040-V which tells you how much you have to pay quarterly to avoid penalties and interest from the IRS.
After studying several business models, I have learned what separates small businesses from the larger ones. The key lies with your margins and I can help you work on those. By reviewing your financials monthly, we can work together to pin point what is bringing your margin down.
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