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Business Reporting

Our Timely Reports Facilitate Your Timely Decisions

Although one critical function of good bookkeeping is complying with filing and remittance deadlines, that is not all that good bookkeeping can do for you.

Armed with the right reports about your business—from cash-flow statements to expense tracking– you can make informed, timely decisions, rather than waiting until a year-end meeting with your accountant to discover an issue or missed opportunity.

Quarterly Financial Reports Give Timely Snapshots

In this report, we make comparisons of this year to last year, this quarter to the same quarter last year, and this month to last month.

This type of reporting is especially important for owner-operated and small businesses that must carefully manage growth.

Quarterly Fitness Review-Examines the “Key Performance Indicators” in the Business

Most sole proprietors or owners of small-to-medium sized businesses don’t have a “board” to which they are required to report to each month…or from whom to get sage advice and guidance.

Some business owners keep a lot of the financial information in their heads and manage to run their business successfully for many years.

There usually comes a point, however, when the business owner can no longer work effectively in the “entrepreneurial vacuum,” or has outgrown this in-the-head management style.

To seek professional advice, partners, investors, or to even sell the business, however, you will need accurate, professional reports that can be discussed with all the parties involved in the business.

TAP Bookkeeping will prepare these reports for you on an as-desired or regular basis—the choice is yours.

  • Cash Flow
  • Sales
  • Gross Profit
  • Net Profit
  • Accounts Receivable
  • Accounts Payable
  • Current Ratio