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Bookkeeping Program

Small Business Bookkeeping Program

Accurate record-keeping is essential to running a successful business. However maintaining an accurate set of books can be complicated and time consuming. Essential Financial Management, LLC can help you with the various tasks of bookkeeping so that you can focus on your core business. We employ highly skilled, full charge bookkeepers that can transform your financial data into useful financial statements for use in managing your business.

We will enter transactions, reconcile your accounts, prepare month end close entries, and generate monthly financial statements including Balance Sheets and Income Statements for use in preparing tax returns and managing your business. We strive to provide this service at a cost comparable to bookkeeping firms, but with the professionalism, accuracy, and reliability you expect from a Certified Public Accountant.

To set up a free consultation to tailor a plan specific to your accounting and bookkeeping needs, call our office at (303) 953 6516 today.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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