• Jamie Skinner

Love In Numbers

Tomorrow is Valentine’s Day, the day we express our love to others with cards, flowers, and chocolates. How about we skip the commercialized aspect and talk about a different kind of love… a love for numbers! No, you say? You don’t love numbers? Well, that’s ok, because you have a love for something else. Your passion. You broke into your business because you took your passion and ran with it, whether it be starting a new restaurant, creating beautiful artwork, or opening your favorite franchise. The last thing you want to consume your time with is numbers. Your time is much more valuable when spent curating new ideas and products that generate revenue.

Lucky for you, my passion IS numbers! How many people do you know who look forward to balancing their checkbook? (Hint: now you know at least one). Give me a detail-ridden, multi-layered account reconciliation, even one that hasn’t been done in over a year – or maybe 8! – and it’s GO TIME.

Since starting my venture into sole proprietorship this past November, I have been diligently working to meet as many local business owners as I can. I am amazed by the entrepreneurial supportive community that is Reno and I absolutely love hearing how others got started and learning about the different facets of their business. I want to be a part of it all! And as I conduct consultations (which are always free of charge) I delve into these details so I can best understand how I can be of benefit to their business.

My business model is to be adaptive to my client’s current and future needs. As their business grows and changes, their needs grow and change as well, meaning I adapt along with them. From a start-up who needs help setting up their accounting and business processes, to a young business that needs to look more deeply at financial analytics, to a mature company that needs to bring in-house accounting and seeks assistance in hiring and training the right team, my passion for numbers will always radiate in the task at hand. It is my ultimate goal to help my clients be as successful as possible by delivering meaningful information in a timely fashion in order to make the smarter business decisions.

This blog is just another tool that allows me to offer insightful information to the community I hold dear to my heart. I will cover topics on accounting and accounting software, excel, and how to seek out opportunities for efficiency and process improvement. I want to hear from YOU on the topics that will benefit you in your business decisions. Please leave your questions in the comments so that I can address them in a future blog. And remember to become a subscriber to ensure you don’t miss any of these helpful tidbits!

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