Tran'sActions Accounting, LLC

Accounting, Bookkeeping, Consulting ,Start-Up in Saint Louis, MO

Saint Louis, MO

About Tran'sActions Accounting, LLC

Tran'sActions Accounting specializes in small to medium size businesses, sole-proprietorship, and entrepreneurial financial services. As an operational-cost accounting firm, we specialize in bookkeeping, forecasting, budgeting, break-even analysis, waste reduction, sales/use taxes, payroll taxes, and much more!

We know that knowledge is power. That is why our accountants not only track your financials, but also help you understand them. Financial oversight ensures that your business is staying on track and that your future continues to be bright!

Our accountants believe in the personal touches when it comes to your financials. That is why we never charge for phone calls or emails. We are sincere in our mission to help business owners grow their businesses.

Services

  • Daily Money Management
  • Small Business Accounting
  • Invoicing
  • General Ledger
  • Bank Reconciliation
  • Financial Preparation

Bookkeeping

  • QuickBooks support, including setup, tune-up, and training
  • Trial balance sheet
  • Receivables and payables
  • Payroll and tax payments
  • Financial statements
  • Reports and report reconciliation
  • Sales/Use tax
  • Year end 1099s and W2s
  • Budgeting and cash flow analysis
  • Personal bill pay for busy Individuals
  • Finalized financial reports for tax preparation

Brands

I am most skilled in Quickbooks.

Pro

Yardi

131 W Monroe Ave., 8
Saint Louis, MO 63122
(314) 966-0980
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Payment options
Tran Nguyen accepts cash, checks and credit cards
Certifications/licenses

Bachelor of Science in Accounting

Certified QuickBook Enterprise Solution Advisor

Cities served
Saint Louis, Saint Charles, Florissant, Ballwin, Belleville, Saint Peters, East Saint Louis, Chesterfield, O Fallon, Granite City and other cities within 50 miles of Saint Louis.

Bookkeeping are the most common of all, but that is not "true" accounting.

Beyond that, cost accounting/break-even analysis are the most common. It is important to know what to sell products/services at to make a profit

I would recommend embracing innovative ideas and methods. The system and industry is constantly changing and it is the companies that can stay with it that continue to be profitable.

Also, listen to your accountant & bookkeeper. They are the one that recognizes where the loss in money are happening. After all, it is pointless to have an accountant or financial adviser if they simply remain silent or feel that their suggestions are being ignored.

I am a St. Louis celebrity known for my dress codes -- double breasted suit with a fedora.

I am well known for my problem solving abilities and always having a solution to every problem. I don't consider myself a typical accountant. Rather, I act more as a mentor or adviser -- guiding businesses through their financial managements.

I recommend having either your accounting files ready to be emailed (or put on a flash drive) or having your financial information ready in paper form.

Organization helps a lot, but not necessary if you are unsure what the accountant/bookkeeper is looking for.

I started by business after leaving SBA and working with several senior cost accountant. After their retirements, I continued to stay in the field and found that it was both rewarding and fun to help businesses grow.

I started my accounting career as a sophomore at Saint Louis University; now, I run my own firm and I cannot see myself being happier than where I am now.

I average around ten special projects a year -- ranging from fundraisers, business expansion, new business start-up, and similar projects

What are your qualifications?

How big is your professional network? Can you recommend a professional to me when I need one?

What area of accounting do you specialize in?

Standard bookkeeping and monthly accounting review is offered at a reduce rate for clients that I have worked with and corrected their financials.

This is a monthly to bi-weekly visit by me to ensure the financials continue to stay healthy and are tracked appropriately

Business owners need to recognize that a good accountant should never double as an office clerk or manager. Their main focus should be maintaining your financials and your bottom line.

There have been many companies that paid the ultimate price because their accountant had to deal with too many different tasks to stay on top of the financials.

Also, another important thing to know is -- an accountant is not a bookkeeper; not by a long shot. Bookkeepers allow accountants to gain a bird's eye view of the company and the financials.

So don't be cheap and try to price shop on your accountant -- they save you more money than they cost you in the long run.

Why do I need an accountant? I'm small enough and I can hire a bookkeeper to manage my company. So why do I need an accountant?

You need an accountant because 1) you're the business owner. Having an accountant can free up your time to grow your business. 2)You are a small operation now, but with an accountant, you can grow that operation by making the right business decisions based on accurate financial information

My greatest success story was taking a company that was laden with debt, overdue bills, cash flow problems, and on the brinks of financial collapse -- and turning it into a thriving and profitable company in under a year.

When I first stepped into the company, it was a struggle from the start. I was constantly wondering how I could win a war without the troop to back me. But, with determination, close tracking, and sound decision making, I turned them around.

They went from being unable to pay basic utility bills to buying out a competitor in under a year and a half. That is my greatest success story.

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