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Tran'sActions Accounting specializes in small to medium businesses, sole-proprietorship and entrepreneurial financial services, including accounting, bookkeeping, consulting and tax.
At T.A. Accounting, we offer both full-service and support accounting.
Tran'sActions is a unique accounting firm because:
Our mission is to improve the community through ethical and moral financial practices; one business at a time, one client at a time, one experience at a time.
I work with numerous products/brands -- it's all part of being a well-rounded accountant.
Overall, I work with QuickBooks, PeachTree, Yardi, Mas90, and Excel to name just a few.
|131 W Monroe Ave., 8
Saint Louis, MO 63122
|Contact Tran Nguyen|
|Tran Nguyen accepts cash, checks and credit cards|
Bachelor of Science in Accounting
QuickBook ProAdvisor 2011
Certified QuickBook Enterprise Solution Advisor
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 fencing instructor and I use to teach Saint Louis University Fencing Club & Team.
I am also very active in the fencing community -- being one of the Co-Founder of the Midwest Fencing Guild.
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 formnnOrganization helps a lot, but not necessary if you are unsure what the accountant/bookkeeper is looking for.
I started my company when I was still in college at Saint Louis University. I recognized the need for fast, yet accurate, financial information in the world and the benefits it would have to all business owners - thus, I started my accounting firm to provide just that to the world.
I average around ten special projects a year -- ranging from fundraisers, business expansion, new business start-up, and similar projects
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On-going maintenance of their financials
On-going consulting for pricing models, vendor relations, and accounting needs
Up-to-date accounting software (QuickBooks, Peachtree, etc.)
I wish they recognize that accounting is not simply a small department that operates on its own. An accountant for a company (especially a small one) is influenced by every aspect that takes place at the company.
Business owners usually fail to recognize that changes to the business makes it difficult for an accountant to track trends, pick up variances, and detect potential issues. Also, business owners tend to not consult their accountants when making big changes -- most accountants will have seen similar situations before and can provide valuable feed backs
Finally, an accountant is not a school principal. We enjoy being approached with questions, needs, or new ideas. A good accountant does not simply crunch numbers, but offers advice, consulting, and allows their clients to tap into their professional network to add value to the company.
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?nnYou 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 3)
The project that I was absolute thrilled with was turning a floundering company back into a financially sound company. It required every aspects of my accounting skills and the network my firm and I had established.
It required us to call up the vendors and ask for a thirty day extension on all outstanding amount -- and because we work with them so closely at other similar companies, they agreed.
We then had to track down every financial leaks, inventory issues, overdraft charge, and so on to block it all up. When we were done, we had a very happy company and indirectly established a reputation in St. Louis, MO.
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