Finance & Accounting (F&A) Solution
Accurate and timely Accounting is essential for financial reporting. GreenBridge’s Accounting Solution begins with the following key processes:
- Accounts Payable – tracking and disbursement of bills and payments
- Accounts Receivable – customer invoices and cash receipts
- Bank reconciliations – cash accounts and credit card accounts
- Payroll – recording and reconciling employee related payments
GreenBridge performs these functions in a manner that allows for proper workflow (approval process) and visibility (reporting) so our clients feel comfortable their cash is properly accounted for while still maintaining a sense of control.
What you get:
Beginning with a sense of relief that your bookkeeping tasks are taken care of, you get a timely entry of transactions to keep your financial information up to date. Your bills will be paid based on rules you set up and cash receipts will be recorded. Your Bookkeeper will perform account reconciliations to ensure that your financial statements agree with those of your bank and credit card accounts.
GreenBridge is a Quickbooks Certified ProAdvisor and has extensive experience integrating Quickbooks with bank accounts, credit card accounts, and an array of third party applications such as Bill.com and SpringAhead to streamline critical back office functions and the bookkeeping process.
Once the basic transactions are accounted for, the Controller on your GreenBridge team will ensure that month ending procedures, including review of trial balances and reconciliations, are completed and work begins on your financial and management reports.
Financial and Management Reports:
- Balance Sheet
- Income Statement
- Accounts Payable Aging
- Accounts Receivable Aging
- Check Register
What you get:
A professionally managed general ledger resulting in timely and accurate financial statements. When you, your investors, bank, tax accountant, or any other interested parties request your financial statements, GreenBridge is there to answer those requests with information you can rely on.
Keeping accurate and timely books is important. - Studies show businesses that keep up with their bookkeeping on a monthly basis are more likely to succeed.