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Should I consider outsourced bookkeeping
You know your business and we are a local Cape Cod company that knows bookkeeping and business consulting. We will save you time and using our service will allow you to spend more time doing what you set out to do to grow your business. Having high-quality financials and knowing where you stand on a monthly and quarterly basis gives you confidence when adding staff or inventory.
Our business and non-profit consultants can help you achieve your goals. Your professional advisor can provide an independent opinion and recommend solutions to help grow. This could include adding a new product line or division, streamlining operations, reviewing financials, identifying problems, and change management.
- Team Bookkeeping Services
- financial and cash flow statements
- year-end tax ready financials
- custom chart of accounts
- catch-up bookkeeping
- specializing in non-profit bookkeeping
- family bookkeeping
- Management Consulting
- CFO Services
- Controller services
- business strategy
- vendor referrals and review
- On October 19, the Baker-Polito Administration announced a $774 million comprehensive plan to stabilize and grow the Massachusetts economy.
- $115 million is earmarked for local businesses
- Health insurance & medical expenses.
- Home Internet access,Unemployment benefits.
- Federal Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA)
- Mortgage, rent, and utilities payment assistance.
- Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP)/Food Stamps.
Common Concerns Checklist
- Trouble paying bills because the bills are confusing to them
- Lack of confidence in making big financial decisions alone
- Lack of understanding about financial decisions that someone else is making for them
- Loans or gifts given that are more than they can afford; they inexplicably run out of money at the end of the month
- Adult children or others are pressuring them for money
- People are mailing or emailing and asking for money
- Someone is accessing bank accounts and money seems to be disappearing
- Change in Power of Attorney, Will, Estate Plan, Trust
Warning Signs to Watch Out For
- A large amount of money has been taken out of the bank or other cash account
- Numerous withdrawals of smaller amounts, for example $100 at a time, several times a week
- Large checks made out to someone no one knows
- Change in Power of Attorney or the beneficiaries on insurance or investment accounts
- Bounced checks or bills going unpaid when there should be enough money in the bank to cover them
- Sudden unusual or unnecessary purchases, for example golf clubs and the individual doesn’t/can’t play golf
- Large, unnecessary home repairs
- Relationship with a much younger person or an inappropriate person
- A caregiver too interested in the patient’s finances