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Bookkeeping or particularly, good record-keeping, will increase the business success since it helps to monitor the business progress and keep track of financial resourses and expenses. The purpose of bookeeping for a business may vary, but generally it should accurately reflect the business operation in a period of time while compliances are always on the first place. We, in ND American Tax, Accounting and Financial Services, have specialized in accounting and business for years to offer you our bookkeeping service with accuracy and GAAP (Generally Accepted Accounting Principles) compliance (if applicable) as the foundation of business improvements and tax compliances.

Our timely, efficient bookkeeping services are available for businesses of all sizes. Computerized accounts are prepared, saved and presented for you review on a quarterly, monthly, and/or annual basis. Budgeting and forecasting support are also available. We have Client Area where you can scan and upload your invoices/documents for us to up date and record your daily business operating.

We support major accounting programs; However, we specialize in QuickBooks. As well-trained and QB-certified accountants, we professionally provide clients bookkeeping services through QuickBooks Online (QBO) and QuickBooks Desktop (QBD).

QuickBooks Online (QBO): We accept clients from anywhere in the country. We will advise and apply to best use on each QBO version you have with us. Please see Plans for details.

QuickBooks Desktop-Based: From basically recording your business transactions to taking the role as your full-charge bookkeeper, we provide quality, affordable bookkeepping plans for your business. Please see Plans for details.


** Note: a) We have a convenient and secured file-transfer facility in this website. Once you are our client, you can send us your documents (such as invoices or tax information) anytime; b) We maintain our license(s) and appropriate liability insurance(s) on all the services we offer !

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