Frequently asked questions
Outsourcing isn’t the answer for everyone. We can help you decide if a full-time resource is the best solution for you – or if part-time support from All In One Accounting will do the trick.
Absolutely. If you know you need a full-time accounting associate, bookkeeper, controller or CFO, then that is the route you should go. Not sure? Give us a call – we can help you decide what’s best for you and your business.
We offer a complementary one-hour consultation to answer questions and help you decide if outsourcing – and All In One Accounting – is right for you.
We get it – everyone wants to know, ‘What will it cost?’ The truth is, it depends on the volume of transactions and resources needed. Once you let us know what you need, we’ll come up with a proposal that included our approach and fees.
A CFO is the corporate officer responsible for managing the company’s financial risks. CFOs are responsible and oversee accounting, finance, payroll and other operational areas. While the primary function is to look ahead, the CFO must also be able to understand past financial performance in order to accurately predict the organization’s financial future. Read more here.
A Controller is thought of as the head of the accounting department. A Controller is responsible for supervising the quality of the accounting and financial reporting of the company. Controllers are responsible for internal audit, overseeing accounting, and monitoring internal controls. A Controller is generally looking back at data already generated. Under the guidance of the CFO, a Controller also maintains standard operating procedures for all accounting and bookkeeping functions. Read more here.
An Accounting Associate or Bookkeeper is responsible for recording day-to-day financial transactions in the accounting system. Despite not having advanced training, the responsibilities may be greater in small companies because there are fewer employees to manage the different components of a company’s finances. An Accounting Associate or Bookkeeper typically does not prepare financial statements and are focused on ensuring the accuracy of daily transactional entries. Read more here.
Rest assured, we adhere to the highest security standards, whether regarding QuickBooks hosting, payroll and employee information or any other confidential financial information. We take your security very seriously.
Our employees enjoy benefits such as a group medical plan, paid time off, holiday pay, a discretionary bonus, group life insurance, short and long term disability and a simple IRA. Plus, we treat each team members with kindness and respect – and always ensure support is available whenever it’s needed.
We have a proven process that ensures an accurate starting point and gives us a big picture view of your company to help identify the challenges and opportunities relevant to your success. You can read more about our three-step process here.
How does ASAP sound? In all seriousness it depends mostly on you – when you need us and when you’re ready for us. We also ensure the best All In One Accounting resource is available. Every once in a while there’s a planned vacation happening when you want to get started; otherwise, we’re ready when you are!
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All clients are assigned a lead (controller or CFO) to ensure accurate, timely financial statements are delivered and the bookkeeper has support. This requirement can be waived if you already have that lead internally.
Yes, references are available upon request.