Danbury Small Business Bookkeeper & QuickBooks ProAdvisor
Full Charge Bookkeeping, Remote Bookkeeping, and Account Management Services
If managing your money is not something you enjoy, especially if it is not within your skill-set, your daily list of tasks to be done can be anything but fulfilling. And as for freedom? Not exactly.
My fulfillment comes through helping others. My passion is the people I serve, and knowing that I can be a supportive partner and an advocate in the forward progress of their businesses – relieving their stress and anxiety, and empowering them with the confidence and peace of mind that comes from knowing their money matters are under control.
Clarity. Control. Confidence
What keeps my work the most interesting and exciting is that every client is unique, with individual situations and circumstances. While bookkeeping is a very fact-based profession – the numbers don’t lie, and the check register is either balanced or it is not – there is no “one size fits all” formula that I apply to working with my clients. I approach each new client as an opportunity to build a new relationship – one based on “healthy trust.”
Bookkeeping Services Include: Full Charge Bookkeeping/Remote Bookkeeping Services | QuickBooks Software Training and Support | Monthly Account Management Services
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Dawn Hayes, QuickBooks Pro Advisor
"My fulfillment comes through helping others. My passion is the people I serve, and knowing that I can be a supportive partner and an advocate in the forward progress of their businesses."
I don’t earn my living as a bookkeeper because I have a passion for “crunching numbers,” and I certainly don’t consider myself a “bean-counter.”
Not a fan of keeping your books? Have more important things to do with your time, like managing your business, helping others, and making a difference? Or maybe you simply have things you would rather do. No problem! I get it, and I' ve got you covered.
The Story of "Albert"
“Albert” was not just frustrated when he came to me – he was in financial crisis.
Dealing with a 5-year backlog of unbilled work for his property-assessment business, already on an extension for paying his taxes, and with the bank threatening to foreclose on his house, Albert knew he was in over his head.
We began by creating a system for gathering old data, and sent invoices to past and current clients for outstanding balances.