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Accounting

The Foundation of Your Business

An organized set of accounting books is the bedrock of your organization’s financial health. By leveraging our systems and expertise to organize and present clear financial reports, we will help you reduce stress and uncertainty when it comes to managing your business.  This will also enable you to make informed financial decisions, plan for the future, and be ready for any unforeseen circumstances you may face.  The path forward begins with first understanding where you are now.

  • Cloud-Based QuickBooks Setup and Solutions
  • Bookkeeping
  • Financial Statements

Accounting with Tax in Mind

A clean set of accounting books not only primes your business for financial success, but also helps it comply with State and Federal tax regulations. The tax landscape is constantly shifting, and is capable of bogging down even the strongest of organizations.

  • Bookkeeping Performed with Tax Implications in Mind
  • Complete Records as Audit Protection

The Story Behind the Numbers

Our services enable you to build on the foundation of clean books and gain valuable insights into why your numbers appear the way they do, and what needs to be done to change them. Your responsibility lies with asking “Why?” and our goal is to answer that question. We connect the numbers with qualitative data, all rooted in a deep understanding of both your business and its industry environment. We help you chart your course in any business landscape.

  • Budgets, Forecasts, and Projections
  • Identifying Financial Objectives
  • Industry Comparison and Benchmarking

For our Accounting Services, please contact Sibyl Peterson, Business Advisory Manager, at sibyl@itctaxes.com.

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