Accounting & Bookkeeping Services

Experienced Account Manager with a demonstrated history of working in the financial services industry. Skilled in Accounting/Bookkeeping, Payroll, Audit Preparations, and Corporate Finance.& Management. Strong professional graduated from Dowling College.

Accounting Services


Preparing financial statements

While bookkeepers can run standard reports including financial statements, accountants typically run these reports, which include a balance sheet, an income statement, and a cash flow statement, along with any other reports deemed necessary. It’s also the accountant’s job to analyze the information in the financial statements, looking at items such as monthly expenses, monthly income totals, the amount of cash your business has on hand, and ways to improve business performance.



One of the best reasons to have an accountant on board is for tax purposes. While accountants can help with preparing tax returns, it’s what they bring to the table regarding tax deductions, tax planning, and ways to reduce tax liability that make them so valuable. We all have to pay taxes, but accountants can show you ways to reduce your annual tax bill.


Analyzing revenue and costs

Bookkeepers enter transactions, but it’s the accountant’s job to understand what they mean. This analysis can include everything from calculating accounting ratios to adjusting the general ledger. Accountants also look at historical data to spot trends, such as increasing expenses, decreasing revenues, or product profitability.


Financial planning

Accountants are trained to look at the big picture. While bookkeepers can spot trends, accountants can provide specific information and advice on how to bring in more revenue, cut expenses, and make your products more profitable, among other things. Accountants can also offer advice on things like business structure and expansion.

Bookkeeping Services

01. Organize and categorize transactions

This includes reviewing incoming bills for accuracy and preparing them for payment.

02. Write invoices

It’s impossible to get paid if your customers never receive an invoice. Bookkeeper responsibilities include tracking sales and writing invoices for goods and services provided.

03. Pay bills

Small businesses need to maintain a good relationship with their vendors, which is why paying bills by their due date is so important.

04. Record customer payments

Recording customer payments promptly ensures that your accounts receivable balance is accurate and that you don’t send a past-due notice to a customer when they’ve already paid.

05. Maintain petty cash

With company credit cards, a petty cash account isn’t as important as it once was, but if your company still has one, it’s the bookkeeper’s job to ensure that the funds are managed and disbursed properly.

06. Reconcile bank statements

An often overlooked task, regularly reconciling bank statements reduces potential errors and provides you with an accurate bank balance each month.

07. Enter month-end adjusting entries

While bookkeeping software has reduced the number of journal entries needed, there are likely to be month-end adjusting entries needed to account for expenses such as depreciation, interest

Business Services

We help you to register with the right government agencies including the Secretary of State Business Entity Filing, Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk, City of Los Angeles City Hall, Board of Equalization, and business tax ID filing. Our firm can assist with all aspects of business formation. 

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