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Your Secret’s Safe With Us And So Is Your Company’s Data

Come on, you can tell us. You don’t have to keep it to yourself any longer.

We’ve all been there: We’ve had our sacred trust betrayed by someone we thought we could count on.

Like the time we went Christmas shopping with our three-year-old, trusting him not to tell Daddy what we were getting him, only to have Daddy ask THAT VERY NIGHT if we remembered to get extra blades.

You Can Be Among The Earliest!

Now that the holidays are (finally) over, and the local swimming pool doesn’t open for such a lo-o-o-o-o-ong time, we’ve arrived at that time of the year which typically represents a big “sag” in excitement and festive cheer in the lives of many.

The Bookkeeper’s Holiday Ballad

Holidays are perfect days to set a festive scene:
From giving thanks, to New Year’s Eve, and all that’s in between.
For family and friends, and really, everyone you meet,
This joyous time of year is one we know is pretty sweet.

Here’s What’s REALLY Scary: Bad Bookkeeping!

This time of year, everyone’s talking about spooky stuff, naturally. The last thing any of us needs is another Halloween-related newsletter.

So here it is.

Each client of your Friendly Bean Counter (FBC) (me) has their own horrors – scary stuff that’s specific to their own business or industry:

What’s Your Firm’s Best Move When It Comes To Capital Expenditures?

Your Friendly Bean Counter (FBC) keeps the books for a nice man named Brodie, whose primary business is a mobile dog grooming company, and whose primary name is not really Brodie.

The other day, Brodie called me up to talk about some major capital expenditures he’d been saving up to make, and he wanted my expert and friendly Bean Counting advice on timing the purchases for optimization of his tax bill. This is a pretty common topic during the later part of the calendar year.

“I need one more van,” he said. “Also, I’d like to open up a dance club.”

The van, I get. But the dance club?

“Dance club?” I said. “How does that fit into your dog grooming business model?”

We Know People Who Can Help Your Business

Charm And Good Looks Won’t Impress The Tax Man

Bean There, Done That
Monthly Bookkeeping Wisdom From Your Friendly Bean-Counter

The top question people ask your Friendly Bean Counter (FBC) all the time is: “How can your staff be so talented, and charming, and efficient, all while being so disarmingly attractive?”

Probably the Number Two Question we get is “Is this too late?”

The answers to both of these questions is usually “yes,” but another top question we get is “Do you know anybody who does (X WORK).”

And the answer there is almost always “yes,” as well, because your FBC has an extensive network of professionals who do just about any X WORK your business might need.

We cherish our many wonderful clients, who trust us to keep their books sharply up-do-date and accurate, not to mention compliant with all industry standards, as well as highly data-secure, all while being disarmingly attractive.

Charm And Good Looks Won’t Impress The Tax Man

Hopefully this flattery has drawn your attention to this, the most recent edition of Bean There, Done That… your favorite electronic newsletter!

This edition is all about getting through life. And if your charm and good looks aren’t enough, you might do well by being highly organized – with help from your Friendly Bean Counter.

Don’t Ignore The “Blocking And Tackling” When Starting Your Business

Today’s you’re lucky day, probably! Coincidentally, today’s the day you’re receiving the latest edition of Bean There, Done That, right here in your email inbox.

If you’re fired-up about starting a business – or you know someone who is – this edition is for you. If you’re a football fan, and you’re already fired-up for the start of the season, well, you won’t want to miss it!

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