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Bookkeeping

Invest in the foundation of your business’s financial health with proper accounting practices.

Financial Reporting

A short description of your company and the services you offer.

Fixed Assets

A short description of your company and the services you offer.

Bookkeeping


Your General Ledger and Chart of Accounts (COA) are the foundation of your business’s accounting practices. When set up properly, your business accounting functions seamlessly flow. We aim to set-up and/or maintain a relevant and easily navigated set of books and will look over current bookkeeping systems to identify your bookkeeping needs.

  • Monthly Account Reconcilliations
  • Asset & Liability list review and modification
  • Income & Expenses list review and modification
  • Account Modifications to create clear Income Statement
  • Income and Expense Tracking
  • Receipt Management
  • Monthly, Quarterly, and Yearly Financial Reporting

Financial Reporting

Receive financial statements that are accurate, clean, and on time. A collection of summary-level reports that outline an organization’s financial results, financial position, and cash flows these important reports are used to determine the strength, performance, and ability of a business to create income. This is where we can offer the peace of mind and clarity every business owner seeks when preparing for taxes, budgets, forcasting, and making important financial decisions that can affect thier future.

  • Balance Sheet –  Presents the financial position of an entity at a given date.
  • Income Statement –  Reports the company’s financial performance in terms of net profit or loss over a specified period.
  • Cash Flow Statement – Presents the movement in cash and bank balances over a specific period.
  • Statement of Retained Earnings –  Details the movement in owners’ equity over a specific period.
  • Investing Activities, Financing Activities, Operating Activities

Fixed Assets

Properly managing Fixed Assets involves keeping up with IRS regulations, accurately identifying “useful life”, and establishing depreciation schedules. When you entrust Silverleaf Bookkeeping to manage your Fixed Assets this difficult and sometimes confusing task becomes simple. 

  • Accurate inventory of all fixed assets
  • Identification of assets that are no longer in use
  • Validation of assets’ historical book value for use on financial statements
  • Fixed Asset Inventory and Reconciliation Reports

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