Engineered Accounting Solutions is an Accounting Firm. We combine our engineering experience and background with our accounting expertise to provide unique insights into helping business clients achieve their performance goals. EAS, LLC was started to address concerns that many Small Business Owners have with the accounting profession: To provide business clients with advisory services to aid them in their decision-making in addition to accounting and tax compliance and to provide exceptional customer service. We’re a full-service Cloud Accounting Firm specializing in using engineering disciplines and analytics to provide order, clarity and insight to financial data for Construction, Manufacturing and Transport & Logistics Businesses.
01 – Introduction
Every business and situation is different. We’ll start with a conversation to get to know you and your business and your issues, better. Understanding the big picture helps us to address the specifics of your issues and concerns later in the process.
02 – Data Collection
Next, we’ll work with you to gather the information we need. This process may repeat itself since we often uncover additional issues or symptoms of underlying problems as we collect and review the data. If we see something important that was not initially discussed, we’ll tell you.
03 – Analysis & Proposal
We’ll present you with our findings and submit a comprehensive proposal for your review. We’ll give you a range of options to consider and we’re more than willing to consider your suggestions.
04 – Kick Off
After you’re on-boarded, we will continue to communicate our progress and complete the tasks or project based on the engagement agreement. We want happy and engaged Clients, so we encourage your feedback and suggestions on how we can improve.
Here’s a joke that almost everyone can relate to
For every tax problem there is a solution that is straightforward, uncomplicated, and wrong.
Some more humor – We can always use more
It takes finesse (and style) to tell someone and convince them that they’re incorrect. The video in this link is not that example.