Your job should be to run your business. Our job is to make your bottom line make sense to you. Think of a bookkeepers as a data traffic director who ensures all the data gets to the right place.
Most small businesses don't need a full time bookkeeper or CPA, but they do need a partner to help keep the business on track. A virtual bookkeeper doesn’t come to the office but works remotely with today’s technology to keep your bottom line on track.
A bookkeeper and a CPA/tax professional are separate but necessary team members. Clear Numbers will work with your CPA, making tax time less stressful and saving you money throughout the year.
Best for start-up businesses. Includes one bank account, one credit card, up to 50 monthly transactions, account reconciliations, monthly reports, and unlimited email support. Starts at $195/month.
Best for small businesses. Includes two bank accounts, two credit cards, 100 monthly transactions, account reconciliations, monthly reports, unlimited email support, and quarterly financial strategy review. Starts at $325/month.
Best for established small businesses. Includes up to three bank accounts, three credit cards, 250 transactions per month, account reconciliations, job costing, monthly reports, unlimited email support and a quarterly financial strategy virtual meeting. Starts at $495/month.
Includes unlimited bank accounts, unlimited credit cards, 1,000 transactions per month, account reconciliations, job costing, budgeting, monthly reports, unlimited email support, a monthly financial strategy virtual meeting and bi-weekly or monthly payroll for up to four employees. Starts at $995/monthly.
Available for all clients. Starting at $120/monthly, plus $10 per employee. Includes filing taxes and unemployment.
Still unsure whether Clear Numbers can make your business more profitable? We offer free consultations.
Nicole Spence owns Clear Numbers. She has several decades experience, including project management in the construction industry, risk assessment, and nonprofit fiscal guidelines. She's tenacious and enjoys the problem-solving aspect of accounting most. She's also helped the City of Gulfport establish fiscal reporting guidelines for nonprofits.