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QuickBooks

QuickBooks can provide useful and timely information in the form of financial statements, reports and graphs. However, it can only provide this information if you purchase the right product and then install, setup and use it properly. We don't just help you use the software, we help you use it more efficiently and more effectively.

McGill, Roselli, Ayala & Hoppmann, P.A. offers the following solutions to help meet your QuickBooks needs:

Personal Training

We train you personally, either one-on-one or several individuals within your organization at your company's location.

Support

Our QuickBooks support service can assist you with any installation, setup or operation assistance you might need. In addition, our support is not limited just to the software part of it, but we can also provide accounting and payroll assistance.

Periodic Consultation

Our QuickBooks periodic consultation service helps companies that have the human resources to perform daily accounting and payrolls tasks, but need qualified accounting and payroll personnel to review your transactions, accounts and reports. We also inform you of any corrections, adjustments or reclassifications that come to our attention necessary to ensure that the financial information you receive reflects the correct financial condition of your business. Periodic consultations may be conducted at any time, but monthly reviews provide you with up-to-date information and feedback about your business.

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