In the pursuit of staying profitable, outsourcing accounting services has become a staple of modern business management. My firm allows businesses to stay on top of their numbers and one step ahead of the competition, so that they'll be positioned correctly during and after the recession turns around.
Salt Lake City, UT (PRWEB) September 9, 2009
Dashboard Accountants CEO, Eddy Hood, says that his firm is opening its doors to small and mid-size business owners who need help getting their finances in order. Free accounting services to be provided will include organization of accounting files (QuickBooks, Peachtree, etc.), reconciliation of bank and credit card statements, and the creation of the company's current Profit and Loss Statement and Balance Sheet.
Once Hood's firm has gotten the business owners accounting cleaned up and up-to-date, the owner can decide if they want to continue using the outsourced accounting firm's services for a low cost. Hood knows that many business owners are hurting right now, and that for some business owners keeping detailed track of their numbers is not a high priority. However, that is a mistake, according to Hood. Over the years he has seen how businesses that keep their financial records current and accessible make it through rough patches in much better shape than those who let their accounting get sloppy.
"Business owners who know exactly where they are at financially--and where they are heading--are in a much better position to make smart, timely decisions about their business," says Hood, who is an entrepreneur himself.
For many entrepreneurs, accounting is not one of their strong points, and yet in an effort to keep overhead low, they'll try to do it all themselves anyway. Yet, Hood says that his clients find that it actually pays to outsource their bookkeeping, because it allows them to focus more on growing their business and makes it easier to see where cuts and expenditures are warranted.
"Our company would be lost without them (Dashboard Accountants)," says Brandt Page, the CEO of Launch Sales and Marketing. "Outsourcing my accounting has definitely made my life easier. As a business owner, their financial knowledge, accuracy, and the ease of using their systems is invaluable to me. It allows me to spend my time growing my business instead of worrying about the numbers."
Hood isn't surprised that a lot of businesses are starting to outsource their accounting. He says that hiring a full in-house accounting staff is not something that most small businesses can afford. But he's also found that even larger companies are getting savvy to the benefits of outsourcing their accounting needs to his firm, because it saves them money and improves their bottom line.
"Unemployment rates are close to double digits and signs of businesses cutting costs are still prevalent. Business owners are finding themselves stuck between a rock and a hard place as they try to stretch their dollars just to stay afloat," says Hood. "In the pursuit of staying profitable, outsourcing accounting services has become a staple of modern business management. My firm allows businesses to stay on top of their numbers and one step ahead of the competition, so that they'll be positioned correctly during and after the recession turns around."
Business owners interested in taking advantage of the program can learn more at Bookkeeping services.
For additional information, contact Eddy Hood
Tel. 801-336-5311 or visit Bookkeeper.
About Dashboard Accountants: Dashboard Accountants is an outsourced bookkeeping firm specializing in full service data entry, QuickBooks management, CFO solutions, payroll, and custom financial reporting for small and medium sized businesses.