Clean Books, Elevated Profits
You have enough on your plate without having to worry about the state of your books. In addition to providing interior design accounting services, we offer something more…peace of mind. By making us a part of your team, you’ll receive:
There’s no reason to lose sleep over your financial reporting–let the professionals handle all your accounting needs. We’ll take it from here.
Why Should You Choose Us?
Not sure which accounting services you require? Our interior design specific services are tailored to fit your business’ unique needs. Concerned about the financial health of your business? We can offer advice backed by real data, familiarity with the industry and decades of accounting experience. Got an accounting disaster on your hands? We like to be challenged.
Accuracy and Accountability
Mistakes happen. Figures get swapped, decimal points end up in the wrong place, and sometimes things just don’t add up. While they may not seem important, these little mistakes can spell big trouble for your business.
Our team of professional accountants can help eliminate accounting errors and make sure your financial reports are clean and well-organized. We will hold ourselves responsible for ensuring that your records and statements are clear, compliant, and completely accurate.
Tips for Choosing an Interior Design Accountant
It can be as tough to choose an accountant as it is to hire the perfect candidate for an important position. This is because the right accountant will be able to offer clear and actionable insights for your specific business. When considering an accountant for interior design business purposes, ask them the following:
- Are you familiar with the design industry?
- Are you certified with any professional accounting software for designers?
- Do you have an accounting degree?
- Have you ever reconciled a project?
- How many years of experience do you have?
- Can you provide references?
Once you’ve checked all the references and verified their certifications, take some time to discuss your business goals with your prospective accountant. Make sure they understand where your business has been and where it’s going–this context will be of utmost importance when it comes to organizing and optimizing your books.
Why Use a Professional Accountant?
Some businesses are under the impression that hiring an accountant is unnecessary because they already have a bookkeeper on staff. While many aspects of business books and accounting overlap, there are a few important differences that set them apart. In many businesses, professional accountants are charged with the recording of everyday financial information. This often involves documenting expenses, recording transactions, and organizing financial records. Business accountants, on the other hand, usually take a “big picture” look at a business’ financial health and offer advice based on the data bookkeepers produce.
Bookkeepers and accountants typically work together to ensure that the financial data being recorded and analyzed is correct, current, and well-organized. This cooperation removes much of the stress placed on small business accountants by optimizing the recording and reporting processes.