Bookkeeping for Small Businesses
Company Financial Record Keeping
C & M Bookkeeping
Our Bookkeeping Services
Record Keeping for your company’s Financial Transactions
Bookkeeping is the art and science of keeping your company’s financial transactions balanced, organized, and entered into the journals and ledgers – accounting jargon for the BOOKS.
Your company bookkeeping system is our number one priority. We manage the tasks required to collect your financial transactions and sort and organize these into the correct accounts.
We are experts in QuickBooks accounting software.
Learn how we can help you manage these tasks so your focus can on important operational responsibilities.
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Common Accounting Terms
- Chart of Accounts
- Balance Sheet
- Income Statement
- Statement of Cash Flow
- Asset Accounts
- Property Plant & Equipment
- Liability Accounts
- Cost of Goods Sold
- Gross Profit
- Expense Accounts
- Net Profit
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We have affordable bookkeeping, payroll, and general office support services individually tailored to your specific company needs. We use QuickBooks Desktop Accountant and QuickBooks Online Accountant versions to carefully manage your company financial picture.
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Journals & Ledgers
Here is a link to our blog page where we have posted concise articles about small business accounting topics. Please let us know if there are any areas of intertest that you would like to see covered in our next blog post.
Income Tax Disclosures
At C&M Bookkeeping, we work very hard for our clients providing weekly, monthly, quarterly and annual accounting support aimed at payroll, transactional, and record keeping organization for small businesses. This includes the necessary reports – the company’s Balance Sheet and Income Statement – used in income tax reporting preparations for the business portion of tax returns based on the information provided to us for accounting and record keeping purposes.
We post the transactions to the company accounting file that we are direct to record. We use these disclosed financial transactions to generate both of these reports. Company owners are responsible for accurately reporting all income and expenses used for the company tax preparation and accept all responsbilities for providing accurate and complete information for the reporting requirements.
We are not tax preparers and do not provide tax advice nor tax return preparation services. We suggest to our clients and prospective clients to always consult a professional tax advisor – such as a state registered Attorney or Certified Public Accountant or an Internal Revenue Service certified Enrolled Agent – for both your business and personal tax planning, compliances and tax return concerns.
General Information Disclaimer
The information contained on these pages and in our informational articles contained within our blog features are provided for general informational purposes only and do not constitute any business choices nor recommendations. As there are financial and legal risks inherently involved in forming and running a business, we always recommend that you consult with a qualified legal and tax professional when considering your business goals and risks acceptance.