Every business creates financial information about their operations. Minimally, this includes basic income and expense items. Most privately held businesses do not use that information for more than to create tax returns. That intent would be sufficient only if the goal of the business owner is to work for the government at no charge. However, with no additional cost and only a little effort, a professionally designed accounting information system would also generate meaningful managerial information. The same system and effort would create easily understandable reports to show business owners where their profits are attained and negative results realized. From these reports, the owner can make appropriate adjustments to their operations.
Jack M. Bleiberg, CPA recognizes that it is not enough to record history. The accounting process in your business should be designed to be used primarily for planning and control purposes.
A further distinction is that, unlike most accounting firms where the actual work done for clients is performed by the least expensive (a.k.a. least experienced) staff person available, at Jack M. Bleiberg, CPA, all services are either rendered by Jack personally, or, if specialists are used, closely managed by him. Having your accounting work passed off to a less experienced subordinate does not provide the best quality of service to you. That can become very expensive in the long run. Jack makes himself available to all of his clients at all times, to discuss any business problems that may arise. In addition to traditional accounting and tax services, Jack’s extensive experience across a wide spectrum of businesses allow him to provide exceptional advisory services in the areas of business strategy, planning, infrastructure, processes, controls system and accountability.
Contact: Jack Bleiberg