Bookkeeping and Accountants Services
Our QuickBooks ProAdvisor can keep your business financials organized
Local Outsourced Accounting
Our staff of experienced accounting and financial professionals know the complicated issues in today’s business environment. From individuals and tradespeople to real estate professionals to dentists, we understand the cash flow concerns, tax questions and financial management matters that are vital to the success of any business.
You’ll need consistent financial statements to get a good picture of your current business condition and your outlook for the future. With Hogan CPA Financial Services you’ll be confident that your accounting services are a clear reflection of your finances – so you can focus on growing your business.
Whatever the number of annual transactions your business may make, standard bookkeeping can be a time-consuming and difficult task. At Hogan CPA Financial Services we’ll save you time by managing your finances and providing top quality accounting.
Benefits of Accounting services
Time saved with a Bookkeeper
Financial statement preparation
Understand your budgets, cashflow, profitability, and financial projections so you can adjust your business to produce more revenue or save more on unnecessary expenses
Peace of mind during taxes
We’ll perform any reviews, audits, and tax preparation during tax season as well as keep you compliant if there is ever an audit. We’ve help many clients successfully through IRS audits and are confident in our abilities to keep you compliant while taxing advantage of the tax code to it’s fullest legal extent.
Accuracy and Expertise of a Professional Bookkeeper
We have the experience and systems to help automate your bookkeeping while maintaining accuracy, reconciling accounts, filling out the correct tax forms, and meeting deadlines, all while achieving themaximum tax savings for your business.
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See our Frequently Asked Questions below for commonly asked questions about Accounting and Bookkeeping.
Frequently Asked Questions
Cash-based accounting, also known as cash accounting, records transactions when cash is received or paid out. Accrual-based accounting, also known as accrual accounting, records transactions when they occur, regardless of when the cash is received or paid out. Accrual-based accounting is generally considered to be a more accurate reflection of a business’s financial performance, as it takes into account the timing of revenue and expenses.
A balance sheet is a financial statement that presents a company’s financial position at a specific point in time. It consists of two main sections: assets, which represent the company’s resources, and liabilities and equity, which represent the company’s obligations and owners’ interests. The balance sheet shows the relationship between a company’s assets and liabilities, and provides information about the company’s financial stability and liquidity.
An income statement, also called the profit/loss or P&L statement, shows a company’s income and expenses over time – a month, quarter, or year. The income statement reflects the company’s profitability during the period and is used to calculate net income or loss.
A cash flow statement is a financial statement that shows the inflow and outflow of cash for a specific period of time, such as a month or a year. It provides information about how a company is generating and using cash and is used to assess the company’s financial stability and liquidity.