Bookkeeping for the Denver Metro Area
Education + Financial Tools + Highly Accurate Bookkeeping
Your logical choice when choosing a bookkeeper:
Hiring a bookkeeper is a very big decision and shouldn’t be taken lightly. You need a bookkeeper who partners well with not only you but your management and vendors. Your bookkeeper should be your partner and treat your business like their business.
Communication is extremely important in any relationship. It’s no different when you are talking business owner to bookkeeper. Your bookkeeper should be in contact with you at least quarterly. When you contact them, they should respond by the end of the business day. You should never feel ignored.
Inaccurate bookkeeping can cost you time, money and stress that you do not need. You need a bookkeeping service that stands behind their work. Accuracy is our number one goal and this is accomplished with focus, attention to detail and strong bookkeeping skills. We are confident so you can be confident.
Your business is not the same as any other business, even within industries. Why work with a bookkeeper who treats you like any other client? You need to work with a bookkeeping service that understands your business, your wants and needs and adjusts procedures that work for you and your style.
Need help choosing the right bookkeeper? Download this FREE resource!
Looking for and interviewing bookkeepers can be a long, tedious and stressful process. But it doesn’t have to be. Bamboo Bookkeeping, LLC has created a piece that is available to DOWNLOAD FOR FREE: 6 Questions to ask your bookkeeper during an interview to ensure you are getting a strong partner as a bookkeeper. Over the years, we have compiled this list based on what our clients discuss when they are first meeting with us. We have heard many horror stories on what our clients heard prior to calling us. These questions and detail will help you feel comfortable in your choice of bookkeeper.
Why choose Bamboo Bookkeeping?
When choosing a bookkeeper, you are looking for a company who is highly accurate, takes the time to truly understand your business needs and has reasonable rates.We help you make the best possible financial decisions and help you create a solid financial foundation for your business. We believe that “ignorance is not bliss” and that in order for you to be a successful business owner you have to understand your business’ finances. We will do the work, but you are still the owner.
As your partner in success, our working relationship will be seamless and adapted to you and your unique business needs. Whether you are a new business or have been in business for several years, Bamboo Bookkeeping will help you get to the next step in your business.
What can you expect when you work with Bamboo Bookkeeing?
- Initial Consultation (No Cost)
- Create a Partnership
- Establish Workflow
- We Begin!
- Quarterly Reviews
- Your Business Grows!
We don’t mean to simplify the process, it just can be that easy!
Bamboo Bookeeping Services
We understand that no two clients are the same. We have clients we help on a weekly, monthly, quarterly and even an annual basis. We can help you get caught up with data and projects from previous years. Or we can start fresh with new business owners or owners just looking for a clean start. The key is to get started!
One of the tedious tasks of being a business owners is taxes. But not just the income taxes, the payroll and sales/use tax returns too. These returns all have strict deadlines that can be costly if missed. We have procedures in place to ensure those are filed on time, every time.
No one likes a big surprise tax bill at the end of the year. Every quarter we can take a look at your books and estimate where you will end up at the end of the year. With this information we can help you make an estimated tax payment so you can pay in smaller pieces, rather than at the end of the year.
This is one of our newest services, but our clients have expressed high value. We sit down with you, review your books. We can point out patterns we see, discuss any planning concerns you have and come up with a plan going forward. This is helpful when looking to purchase equipment, maximize cash flow or hire your first employee.