At Silver Accounting Group, LLC, we know that competent, consistent bookkeeping is the key to a business’s success. Having accurate and professionally prepared financial documents enhances your understanding of the health of your business and guides your decisions. They can provide creditors and banks with the information that they need to help your business grow.
Our bookkeeping services make it possible for you to spend your time where it’s best spent – on your areas of expertise and interest. We have experience in serving a wide range of industries and business models, including food service, health care, real estate, and insurance. Whether you run a factory or sell fashion jewelry, we know the services you need and provide them in a way that suits your schedule and budget.
The time value of money is something we talked about in elementary school. Simply put, the longer you wait for money, the more it costs you. Paying bills late affects your credit rating costing you more in interest payments. Sometimes a disruption in cash flow can disrupt your whole business. We’re here to make sure you keep on top of the tasks associated with your money so you can pay bills and get paid.
As bookkeeping experts, Silver Accounting Group understands our client business needs and how to optimize cash in and cash out.
If you hold inventory, have service vehicles, pay commissions, and conduct interstate or e-commerce, knowing the idiosyncrasies of these transactions can add or detract from the bottom line. A bookkeeper is charged with managing your assets and the dynamics that affect your business. Sales tax and payroll taxes can get your business in trouble if they aren’t paid correctly. Don’t leave caution to the wind.
Accounts Payable is what keeps your business supplied with inventory. Make sure your bills are paid timely.
Accounts receivable is your business lifeline to cash. Make sure payments are made on time so your business thrives.
Make sure your customers are billed correctly and have simple ways to pay. Time is money. Don’t let invoicing stand in the way.
Depreciation is the assigning or allocating of the cost of a plant asset (other than land) to expense in the accounting periods that are within the asset’s useful life. Let us keep up with this complex task.
This is the fun part of bookkeeping that no business owner wants to keep up with. Hundreds of receipts and multiple credit cards are daunting. We’ll take this off your plate, just ask!