Business Packages

Basic

Starting at:
$50 per Week
$200 per Month
  • 2 Connected Accounts
  • Up to 20 Monthly Transactions
  • Monthly Financial Statement Preparation
  • Monthly Bookkeeping
  • Annual Federal and State Tax Planning and Preparation
  • Advisory Services

Professional

Starting at:
$90 per Week
$360 per Month
  • 2 Connected Accounts
  • Up to 50 Monthly Transactions
  • Monthly Financial Statement Preparation
  • Monthly Bookkeeping
  • Annual Federal and State Tax Planning and Preparation
  • Advisory Services

Enterprise

Starting at:
$120 per Week
$480 per Month
  • 3 Connected Accounts
  • Up to 85 Monthly Transactions
  • Monthly Financial Statement Preparation
  • Monthly Bookkeeping
  • Annual Federal and State Tax Planning and Preparation
  • Advisory Services

Note: Prices for the packages listed above are based on basic starting estimates. Prices will vary based on the specific needs and services for your business and will be determined at initial consultation.

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