How will you be able to work on our company books without coming to the office?
We utilize several state of the art technologies to ensure safe and encrypted data communications between our offices.
I like to keep my company books current. How often will you be able to input changes?
The frequency of our updates will depend on the level of service you choose. We offer daily, weekly and monthly updates. We can customize our services to meet your needs.
You are a “virtualized” company and I would like to meet you. Is this possible?
Absolutely! We visit our clients within the North Texas area when necessary. For long distance relationships, we offer video conferencing and client reimbursed travel.
What type of guarantees do I have that you will accurately administer to our company books?
We have a wide range of skills and past experiences to serve you. We don’t take short cuts and only do our work according to GAAP (generally accepted accounting principles). To put you at ease, we can have a certificate of insurance issued to you from our professional liability policy.
Why should I trust you with our financial institution information?
Anyone within our organization must possess an exceptional financial credit record and have a flawless background check. We are meticulous on who we allow to represent our company. We have your well-being in our best interest.
Why should I outsource my more complex bookwork rather than hire someone in-house?
The cost for bringing on a full-time employee continues to rise every day. Why add the extra payroll expense and mandated benefits when you could outsource to a reliable partner? When using us you get the collective experience of our entire team rather than a single in-house employee. The trend in modern business is using more freelance and outsourced professionals to lower overhead costs and lower risk to the company, simply getting the most bang for your buck. Furthermore, if for some reason you are not happy with the service you get from us you are free to walk away without any threat of unemployment payment or other possible hassles from terminating an in-house employee, it is far easier to terminate an outside vendor than an employee.