The expression “do the math” implies that an endeavor is failing because it obviously doesn’t add up. If only finances were that simple!
Even with the advent of financial software, keeping the books can become a time sink for a small business owner. And let’s face it; some folks aren’t good with numbers. They excel at customer service or repairing cars or interior design. But when it comes to math, their eyes glaze over at the thought of crunching the numbers.
If that sounds like you, let Quast, Janke & Co. keep an eye on your bottom line so you can pay more attention to running your business. Some sources suggest three or five basic accounts are all you need.
We can help with any combination of accounts a small business needs
Adding it all up
The advantage of hiring an accountant to do your bookkeeping is that you know your books are accurate. But simply getting the math right isn’t enough. You need to know what the numbers mean.
Are you in the red or the black? With Quast, Janke & Co. you’ll know where your business stands. You can make better decisions based on up-to-date information. You can head off trouble by intervening sooner to trim costs and improve your profit margin.
Taking everything into account
When you consider everything it takes to keep your books—a head for numbers as well as time, time, and more time—it makes sense to hire someone who is designated exclusively to do the job.
Free up your time to run your business and let Quast, Janke & Co. take care of your bookkeeping needs. Contact us to schedule an appointment and we’ll get your books organized in a way that makes sense for your business.