Why Choose Paisley?
As a client of Paisley Solutions, you will work directly with one bookkeeper — your bookkeeper! However, no matter how challenging your bookkeeping needs are, our entire team is available to support your organization. We can accommodate the bookkeeping needs of most small- to mid-sized businesses and non-profit organizations, and our clients typically range from 0 to 50 employees. If you are a business owner looking for a committed bookkeeper to provide reliable, accurate financial reporting, partner with us and together we will free your time to focus on your business while we focus on your books.
6 Reasons to Make Paisley Your Bookkeeping Partner
- In business for over 25 years! Our team of bookkeepers has provided professional, trustworthy services to businesses of all types in Southeastern Pennsylvania, Maryland, Delaware, and nationwide.
- Extensive knowledge about a multitude of business and non-profit bookkeeping needs.
- Reliable processes, documentation, and backup staff training to ensure we can continue to support you in any circumstance or event.
- Security and Confidentiality are our top priorities. We engage an outside IT firm to help us protect your data. Our staff sign confidentiality agreements. We are bonded and insured.
- We work from a real office, not a cubby in someone’s basement. You can find us at 615 West State Street in Kennett Square, PA, and we are available for appointments at our second location in Lancaster, PA.
- A true partner for your business. 96% of new business referrals come from our clients’ CPA or Tax professionals. We don’t do taxes, but we’ll seamlessly work with your accounting team.
At Paisley Solutions, we believe bookkeeping is a science, but making it work well for your organization is an art!
Our Core Principles
Bookkeeping Made Easy
Your bookkeeping system should be a simple and logical process designed to meet the specific needs of your business or non-profit.
We Focus on YOU
As a business owner or non-profit manager, it is important for you to understand how the money flows. We provide the tools and review practices to help you succeed. Incomplete or inaccurate information is of little value to you when making decisions.
Trust is a precious thing
Often it begins with a referral and grows over time. We treat your sensitive information as carefully and securely as we treat our own. We encourage you to ask questions and bring any concerns to our attention immediately.
A business or non-profit organization is a part of its community. Actions impact your family, customers, donors, vendors, volunteers and employees. As a part of your team, we understand the importance of completing our tasks and are committed to the success of your organization.
Take advantage of your CPA’s knowledge and experience
Many business owners and non-profit managers only communicate with their accountant at tax time. We’ve observed organizations are often more successful if they work closely with their CPA throughout the year. We encourage clients to schedule quarterly or semi-annual meetings to review the financial statements, discuss changes in the operations, evaluate major purchases and implement tax strategies.
You deserve top quality service
We realize your business or non-profit environment can change by the minute. While our systems are structured to promote efficiency, we understand the need for flexibility and respond accordingly.
It all starts with a conversation about your needs and our services.
We then schedule an onsite or online review of your current bookkeeping status at no cost to you!
Next, we discuss our findings and you decide if you want to move forward.
We both sign a service agreement which is two pages and easy to understand.
We then outline a plan and assign responsibilities:
- To understand how your operations work with respect to bookkeeping and cash flow
- To document a bookkeeping process that will work well for your business or non-profit
- To touch base with your accountant or tax professional to see if he or she needs anything specific and to get ending balances as of the most recent tax return filed
- To get your books up to date and correct
- To move forward with current bookkeeping tasks
- To provide training for you or your staff if requested