d. Cash management
e. Remote office
f. Internal financial statements
g. Compiled financial statements
h. Global 500 Level financial advice.
Success tip: Pay attention to the money.
Money is the reason you’re in business.
So pay attention to the money.
The Global 2000, all the Fortune 500, the Inc. 5000, & every private equity firm, Wall Street bank, hedge fund, & big investor reads & analyzes financial statements every day of the week. If they plan on lending money or buying their stock, they do a deep dive into the numbers (analysis). They basically do a SWOT analysis. Strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, threats..
I’m amazed at large number of business owners & CEOs that entrust the heart & soul of their business, which includes the potential benefit of all the data gathered over years & decades, to untrained bookkeepers. That’s better data than you can find anywhere in the world. These are the same people who rely on data to run everything else in their business. That doesn’t even make sense.
Is that one of the reasons why the SBA reported the odds of succeeding in business at 10,000 to one against?
Bad accounting kills companies.
We have an exemplary Business Services Department.
For when it absolutely, positively has to be right.
Real life issues.
We can point to former clients that went bankrupt due to bad accounting and bad advice from their contract or in-house bookkeeper. By the time they bring us into the picture, it’s sometimes too late to save them. If they’d come a year earlier; we probably could have saved them. The longer you spiral down, but fast the spiral gets.
We read the tea leaves in financial statements.
We can pull out what you can’t see.
Never trust your accounting to cheap. Cheap kills.
When it absolutely, positively has to be right.