Let us handle your bookkeeping. Why?
Business owners tell us:
- It takes way too much time
- I’m not sure if I’m doing it right
- I don’t like it
LET STRONG FINANCIAL BOOKKEEPING HELP YOU TODAY!
- Billed Annually or $135/MO
- Expenses under $2K
- Billed Annually or $450/MO
- Expenses under $8K
- Billed Annually or $900/MO
- Expenses under $20K
Frequently Asked Questions
Which pricing plan do you recommend?
During your free trial, we’ll evaluate your business’s monthly expense volume to determine which subscription package is the best fit for you or your business.
Can I change my subscription plan?
We review your plan annually. If we find that your average monthly expense level has changed since your last review (either increased or decreased), we’ll let you know one month in advance before adjusting your price.
You can always request a mid-year pricing review if your bookkeeping needs suddenly change.
CAn you catch up my books if I am years behind?
Yes. You can add any amount of Catch Up bookkeeping to a standard subscription. No matter how far behind you are (yes, even years behind), we can get you caught up quickly.
CAn I cancel my service any time?
Yes. No annual commitment contracts with us. We never lock you in to our services, and we make sure it’s easy to get your financials from us should you ever decide to leave. We require minimum 30 day written notice.
Do you protect my data?
Yes. We protect your data with 256-bit SSL/TLS encryption. That’s the same level of encryption you’ll find with online banking and online shopping.
Every employee goes through a rigorous screening process, including multiple interviews and a criminal record check.
Can bookkeeping help my business?
Bookkeeping gives you a crystal clear picture of where your money is coming (and going.) When your books are up-to-date, you get an accurate measure of your business’s health, and can make smarter financial decisions.
Having accurate books pays off at tax time, too. When your bookkeeping is up-to-date, you avoid scrambling to get caught up before the tax deadline, or missing out on any deductions.