Are you time poor or just worried your books aren't up to scratch? You've come to the right place!
We help many therapists across the United States with their bookkeeping every month.
Bookkeeping for Therapists
As a therapist, there could always be more time. More time to write notes, more time to add clients... more time to sleep! The last thing you need to spend time doing is payroll or bookkeeping. Our goal is to take away the everyday stressors of financial bookkeeping and give you back the time to do more things to grow your business.
At TL;DR: Accounting, we've done bookkeeping for therapists in private practice for many years. We understand the complexities of running a small business and know the best tools & software to use to set your business up for success. Within the first few meetings, we'll discuss your business structure, current earnings & expenses, and future financial goals in order to give you advice about how best to grow your business from here.
Good Bookkeeping Is Essential To A Growing Business
What are the benefits of outsourcing your bookkeeping? Let's take a look.
Know where your money is going
We keep track of your daily income & expenses in a cutting edge software tool to ensure your business is right where it should be.
Avoid Future Confusion
We provide financial reports every month so you can quickly see when things look off. Didn't spend $500 at Office Works this month? We'll catch it before it's too late.
Let go of payroll stress
We'll handle monthly payroll, reimbursements, time off and more so you can focus on running your business & nurturing new clients.
Spot business opportunities
We'll help identify the opportunities for improvement in your business. Could you cut down office supplies by $100 every month? Which clients have a greater life time value?
Keep reconciled books
We'll verify that your books are a 1-to-1 mirror of the transactions as listed by your bank. Avoid headaches come end of month or tax time.
Position yourself to grow
It's almost impossible to bring on new employees or clients if your books are a mess. With an organized process in place, you'll know exactly when and how you can afford to expand.
What does Month 1 Look Like with TL;DR: Accounting?