(ac·counts pay·a·ble) noun – A surprising element, it always shows up at inopportune times; transmittable by mail or email and prompted by the reaction between your company and the outside world.
It’s just a fact of life, you will always have bills, but they don’t have to be intimidating. With the right tools and reports, we help reduce the element of surprise and work to save you money in the process.
(ac·counts re·ceiv·a·ble) noun – One of the most important elements, critical for sustaining corporate life, and found in two forms, collected and uncollected.
We can help you leverage new technology and tools to manage your accounts receivable, so that you do not become everyone’s bank and their cash flow issues do not become yours.
(pay•roll) noun – An element that exists only in the presence of employees, i.e. one cannot exist without the other. Typically appears twice a month, but can show up more often.
Managing payroll can be simple with today’s technology. There are a variety of options to choose from that allow for streamlined execution, distribution, and reporting; don’t worry, we can help guide you through it.
(cash flow) noun – One of the rarest elements, critical for sustaining corporate life, exists in the “in need of” state more often than not. Resulting reaction when Ar and Ap are combined independently, or with other elements.
Yes, cash flow and cash management are key to running a business. With the right tools and software, we can show you how to keep a finger on the pulse of your company more effectively and quickly.
(fi·nan·cial re·ports) noun – Known to generate large amounts of paperwork and occasionally ambivalence due to their lack of focus on the real components that drive a company.
A financial report is only as good as the data it serves and its effectiveness to create real change. Do you know your break-even? Do you know your monthly burn rate? Do you understand your cash position? That’s okay, we can help you find out.
(in·ven·to·ry) noun – One of those elements that only gets attention when quantities are low. This is a dynamic element that fluctuates between “too much” and “too little”. Bonds or ties up the element Cf (Cash Flow).
Inventory can be a company’s largest asset and mismanagement can lead to dire consequences. It is a balance between ordering costs and carrying costs, critical to maximizing your gross profits. We can show you what those real numbers are along with tools to help you optimize your financial investment.
Laura loves the investigative process of setting and cleaning up accounting files so that they measure up to any scrutiny and accurately represent where your company is financially at any given time. She loves analyzing and presenting the numbers and reports that really mean something to your business, along with playing a Chopin piece on the piano, or relaxing with the latest game on her ipad.
Tracey loves getting your numbers right and converting that shoebox of receipts that you call your accounting files, into a clear, concise representation of what your company has really been up to. Tracey also loves to reconcile any account to the penny, rescue dogs, and can grow a pretty awesome rose garden.
Ian spends his time supporting the rest of the gang with whatever they need at that moment. Remember that shoebox of files? Well Ian makes sure they get scanned, sorted, electronically filed and ready for entry. Ian loves to help others, but his real passion is for that all-American sport of baseball. Did we mention that he can really pitch? Not just accounting, but baseball too!
Fluff, aka Cinder helps around the office by indicating which documents for a particular project are the most important or top priority by curling up on them and taking a nap. Fluff loves any cat treat and staring mindlessly out the window while contemplating the fate of the world.