Monthly Accounting

Monthly Accounting Services for Small Business

Outsourced Accounting Services

Your business’s growth depends on accurate financial reporting—but not every business needs, or can afford, an in-house accounting department.

That’s where outsourced accounting comes in. Outsourcing your accounting can save you money and allow you to focus on other aspects of company growth.

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Monthly Accounting Services for Small Business

The Benefits of Outsourcing Monthly
Accounting Services:

How to know when it’s time to outsource your monthly accounting:

What You Get When You Outsource With AGFintax:

 

Monthly Accounting Services for Small Business

Services we offer:

  • Bookkeeping
  • Accounts Payable and Receivable
  • Bank and credit card reconciliation
  • Financial statements and reporting
  • Payroll and payroll tax filing
  • Departmental budgets
  • Financial goal-setting

How To Know If Outsourcing Your Monthly
Accounting Is The Right Call:

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Bookkeeping

Handling the books, records and tax filings of your business

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Accounts Payable and Receivable

Keeping track of money third parties owe you and money your company owes to customers

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Bank and Credit Card Reconciliation

Verify that transactions on both sides are complete, correct, and valid.

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Payroll and Payroll Tax Filing

Keeping the payroll up to date and running smoothly while filing Form 941 to report federal income taxes you withheld

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Departmental Budgets

Creating a financial plan that lays out the spending for the upcoming quarter or fiscal year while monitoring the progress regularly

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Financial Goal- setting

Setting up a long-term financial goal through saving, spending, earning or even investing

Helpful Resources

Tax Deductions

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How To Apply For The Restaurant Revitalization Fund

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2020 Last-Minute Section 199A Tax Reduction Strategies

With all that’s happened in 2020, it’s easy to forget about your Section 199A deduction.

You may remember that the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) gave many pass-through businesses the Section 199Adeduction as a no-effort, do-nothing 20 percent tax deduction based on defined business income.