You may not think of your business as a complex, living entity with an ever-evolving financial life. However, that is exactly what your small business is. Money goes in and out in big ways, but you may not always pay close attention to the few dollars and cents that you drop along the way. Ann Irons and our team diligently pays attention to details, so every transaction is accounted for, whether you’re paying money out or receiving income. We provide financial accounting reports, so you are always current on your financial status.
We provide financial reports for our clients with small businesses for a variety of reasons. The most apparent benefit is organization. As a business owner, you make payments, you receive payments, you sell goods or services, you may experience profits and losses, and you will be paying your taxes in April. In addition, you spend money at the post office or on paper for the office. In the meantime, your information is loaded into QuickBooks, which tracks your finances. A financial report acts as a comprehensive summary of all of your financial activity for a given set of time. Knowing exactly where you stand financially is often quite different from where you think you stand.
As a business owner, you make financial choices on a daily basis. Your decisions may have an immediate impact, or you may make decisions that will come into play down the road. The great danger of going without financial reports and tracking is having a vague idea of your financial status. Relying on a bank statement, which is not always up-to-date when you have money coming and going regularly, can result in major consequences. Allow us to create financial accounting reports for you. If we are providing you with one or more of the following accounting services, we will also have you sign off on these reports as a regular method of checking in with one another, so that you can suggest changes as they occur: