Professional Business Services offers full service accounting and bookkeeping for the small to medium size business owner. We recognize that you should be focused on making money, and therefore we recommend outsourcing your accounting to PBS, because it is the job we do best.
We want you to feel confident that your accounting system accurately reflects your current situation so you can concentrate on running your business instead of trying to stay on top of your books. The steps involved with basic bookkeeping can be overwhelming depending on the size of your business and the number of transactions. If you no longer feel like you have control of your books, give us a call. We will manage your business finances and keep you on the right track. Included in our fixed monthly fee, are the following full charge accounting services.
- Accounts Payable
- Accounts Receivable
- Cash & Credit Card Management
- Journal entry and general ledger
We will process all or part of your bookkeeping with cutting-edge software. There are various arrangements available, remotely accessing your accounting files, or dropping documents off regularly so we can work on a file that we maintain in our office. Whatever the arrangement, it will be designed with your preferences in mind.
Once the data is entered or generated as would be the case in calculationg depreciation for example, analysis can begin. Clear and meningful budgets, projections and analyses will be undertaken to aid in running the business and creating reports.
Financial Statement Preparation:
Then professionally prepared statements will be created using Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP). After review, the statements will be used to create tax returns and other reports for you and for government agencies.
We care about your business and success. Accordingly, we will be there for you when you need us.
Start-Ups and Emerging Businesses:
We offer special care and training to promote growth. As issues arise, we’ll help you determine the best courses of action and then help implement those plans.
Your account manager’s primary responsibilities involve supervision of the bookkeeping and data entry, ensuring the integrity and accuracy of your accounting system. On a monthly basis, they close the books, prepare your financial reports (balance sheet, profit and loss statements), review your outstanding payables and aging receivables and check your cash flow to help identify specific areas that need attention. We will present this information so you will be able to understand your company’s financial position each month.