Bookkeeping Services

Keeping your books up-to-date and accurate is a vital part of a smoothly operating business and accounting system and peace of mind in personal finances. In a well designed and maintained system, you should be able to tell, on demand, who owes you money and who you owe money to. You need to know when money is expected to come in, and when it needs to go out. It should be a relatively simple process to get the cash flow information you need. Ensuring that you are being paid on a timely basis for your products or services and that you are paying your vendors as agreed upon are critical to your success.

Accounting Services

Accounting and Bookkeeping are not the same thing. Accounting services involve handling of complex and often infrequent transactions. Determining how to properly record unusual or complex accounting transactions requires a higher level of training and expertise. More than just day-to-day bookkeeping experience. Designing an accounting system, so that transactions are properly categorized and conform to standard accounting principles, interpreting financial statements and the resulting ratios, evaluating key performance indicators (KPI’s), establishing budgets, tracking job or project profitability, etc., are just some of the functions that fall under the concept of accounting.

Payroll Services

Payroll is a critical function for any type of organization. Whether it’s simple or complex, 180 can handle it. It may be payroll just for the owners of an S Corporation, or perhaps a payroll that requires complete Job Costing, Tip computations, salaried, based on hours, piecework, commissions, PTO tracking or other payroll tracking needs. Whatever your payroll involves, 180 Accounting can make this time consuming and critical aspect of your organization a breeze.

Sales and Use Tax

There is probably no more of a complex and cumbersome issue than complying with Sales & Use Tax laws. With every state and local taxing jurisdiction having their own rates, and in many cases, their own rules, compliance can be a real challenge. If you are only dealing with one state, county and city, it isn’t all that bad. However, if you are required to collect and pay sales and use taxes to multiple states, counties and local jurisdictions, the effort to comply with the myriad of possible scenarios can become overwhelming.