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    Still a Thankful Bookkeeper

    [fa icon="clock-o"] Nov 17, 2020 9:51:12 AM [fa icon="user"] Cheryl Coyle [fa icon="folder-open'] Small Business, Bookkeeping, Professional Services, eCommerce, Accounting

    thankfulThis has been a challenging year. The knee jerk reaction is to think about the difficulties (and there have been many) that this year has brought us. It is also time to consider the things we are thankful for.

    For us, this is easy, the small things mean a lot. For example, we are thankful for:

    Your Trust – Thank you for letting us help you navigate the new normal 2020 has brought us. We remain committed to your success and helping you take advantage of assistance by staying on top of the options available to you.

    Communication – We appreciate that you are amenable to answering our questions. Ensuring your transactions are correct is important to us, which means sometimes we need to ask about them.

    Processes – Thank you for allowing us to consider your processes and procedures to suggest methods to make your bookkeeping more efficient.

    Third Party Applications – We spend a lot of time evaluating apps that streamline operations, particularly for the evolving eCommerce world. We are tirelessly learning new technologies to see how they can help our clients.

    Meetings – You’re busy and we know it. Taking the time to meet with us monthly and discuss your financials means a lot to us.

    Solo Accounts – Keeping your business and personal accounts separate makes us happy. A lot of time is spared not having to go through receipts to determine what is business related and what is not.

    Schedule – Knowing when you need information helps us prioritize. Giving us a schedule helps us prioritize our work to ensure you always have what you need.

    We are here to help you when you need it, global pandemic or otherwise. Contact us at www.budgetease.biz to see how we can help you through these trying times.

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