Our accounting services are tailored to meet your company’s specific needs.
“Accounting is the language of business.”
This is but a snippet of a full quote from Warren Buffett. He expands by also stating that it is important to know how to read and interpret financial statements. While he was talking about viewing the financials of a company before buying their stock, it is relevant for the owner of any size of business. Accurate accounting is critical so that you can make business decisions based on everything from seasonal sales differences to keeping a close eye on expenses, particularly ones that have the potential to get out of hand.
Meet Shelley Cole – The Owner of Balanced Bookkeeping
At Balanced Bookkeeping of NC, we offer a wide variety of accounting services, including preparing financial statements that are meaningful and useful for your business. We are always more than happy to assist you with interpreting them, as well, so that you can gain insight. Financial statements can be so much more than numbers on a page and can provide the information needed for your income tax filing. Review and scrutiny can help you stay within your budget, spot misappropriations and errors, and so much more.
We Can Help Your Business Navigate These Challenging Times
3 Ways Our Accounting Services Can Help During Stressful Times
When you are running a business, there are so many times that you might feel overwhelmed, stressed, or struggling with things beyond your expertise. Here at Balanced Bookkeeping of NC, we understand that many businesses are worried about their finances, especially new businesses, and we would like to help you. We are able to help you in many different ways that can benefit your business, especially in light of the recent pandemic. Here are a few ways we can assist you.
- Get remote training assistance. Are you looking for an expert who can help you set up basic accounting for your business? Looking at software that you can’t wrap your head around with everything else going on? Our team is happy to help you with remote training assistance to get you back on your financial feet.
- Remote accounting is the relief you’ve been looking for! If you are struggling to get the accounting done, but also don’t feel comfortable letting someone into the office, we can help! With remote accounting, we can do the accounting work you need in our office, which keeps you, us and everyone working for you safe and productive.
- Flexible help benefits everyone navigating changing times. Our team is very flexible, with the ability to help you as much or as little as you need. Whether you need us to come in and streamline everything or just want help with a few different options, we are ready to work with you to determine the configuration that will work best for your situation.
If you have questions about our accounting services here at Balanced Bookkeeping of NC, we would love to talk with you further. Please give us a call today for more information.
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Our accounting services are tailored specifically to your needs and can include specialty services, such as payroll services, bill paying services, tax services, and accounts receivable services. Many companies find our accounts receivable services to be particularly valuable as this can include invoicing, payment processing, and collections, when necessary, so you don’t miss out on a cent that is due to you. If you would like to know more about our accounting services for your business in Mebane, North Carolina or in a neighboring community, don’t hesitate to reach out to us.
She is truly an expert in her field and a patient educator.
“I was looking for a professional who could help me understand how to implement job costing into our reporting system. I found that professional in Shelley Cole of Balanced Bookkeeping of NC. She has been instrumental in my understanding of how to use the resources I have available in QuickBooks Online. She is truly an expert in her field and a patient educator. I highly recommend her for all professions, especially those in the trades industries.”
★★★★★ Dyana P.