Bookkeeping & Accounting Services

Our qualified bookkeepers and Certified Public Accountants credibly perform foundation and core level functions including reconciliations, control and other preparatory functions. This assists our accounting firm and tax advisor clients to focus on high-value services, e.g. financial planning, analysis, tax strategy and client consultations.

All our accountants are well versed in major accounting platforms and latest developments related to U.S. GAAP Federal and State requirements.

Bookkeeping & Accounting Services:

GP CPASSIST team is adept at handling bookkeeping and accounting for small- and medium-sized businesses across a multitude of industry segments. Our accounting and bookkeeping services include:

  • General Bookkeeping and Financial Control

  • Managing bookkeeping operations using industry-standard software including QuickBooks, NetSuite, Peachtree, Quicken, Sage, and Intuit. We also provide services related to ledger management, payroll processing, account reconciliation, bank & credit card reconciliations, credit card transactions, fixed asset management, loan account reconciliations, etc.

  • Financial Statement Preparation

  • Preparing and maintaining financial statements in compliance with State and Federal requirements, including P&L accounting, cash flow statements, trial balances, balance sheets, and analyses of the financial statements.

  • Account Rectification

  • Running comprehensive checks on accounts, identifying errors, tallying accounts, removing defunct transactions, marking actual expenses, cash inflows, and item classification, etc.

  • Accounts Payables and Receivables

  • Accounts payable services include invoice management, tracking, and reconciliation. Accounts receivable services include the tracking of payments, timely entries of transactions, payment reminders, etc.

GP CPASSIST provides these services throughout fiscal year and/or during tax season, across your businesses' operations and client transactions for improving cash cycle, working capital requirements, and controlling operational costs.