We work with you to create a seamless relationship to help your business run
smoothly, while making sure you are doing what you need to do to increase your
profits and reduce your taxes.We do this in a number of ways by helping you record
and interpret financial data to make better business decisions.First, why is it
important to maintain good records? There are three primary reasons:
Better Management Control — Good records enable you to substitute informed
judgment for guesswork and intuition in making business decisions.
Proof of Credit Worthiness — Few banks or other lending institutions are
willing to negotiate loans without properly prepared financial statements that
can only be compiled from the proper records.
Support for Tax Reports — The responsibility for keeping records and
proving their accuracy falls on the taxpayer, so the importance of keeping
records is obvious.