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Small Business Accounting in Pittsburgh, Kittanning & Washington, PA 

As a Pittsburgh, PA, small business owner, your day-to-day operations can require you to keep track of a dozen or more details, many times simultaneously. At McCall Scanlon & Tice, LLC, we understand that this balancing act may not leave you with enough time to keep your own books. 
To help our clients successfully and efficiently manage their finances, our Pittsburgh accounting firm offers tailored accounting and bookkeeping services for small business owners and decision makers. From general bookkeeping to cash flow analysis and projections, McCall Scanlon & Tice, LLC is here to help you reliably manage your small business’ finances while you focus on growing your business.

General Ledger Review and Maintenance

At the core of your small business’ financial records is the general ledger, where every transaction should be entered. Proper bookkeeping and successful decision making depends on a reliable, accurate, and up-to-date ledger. 
McCall Scanlon & Tice, LLC can review your general ledger each month to track down any discrepancies, such as duplicate charges or unrecorded payments. In addition, our Pittsburgh firm will work with you to correct these issues as well as implement processes that keep your books accurate.  

Bank Account Reconciliation

The monthly business bank account reconciliation that McCall Scanlon & Tice, LLC performs can provide you with a current picture of your finances. Performing this monthly review also enables our Pittsburgh professionals to identify discrepancies such as:
  • Unaccounted for checks, deposits, and unauthorized wire transactions
  • Incorrectly posted bank transactions
  • Mismanaged funds within your company
Through this proactive approach to accounting transparency, McCall Scanlon & Tice, LLC helps clients develop efficient and comprehensive strategies for appropriate risk management while taking advantage of opportunities for growth. 

Income Statements

Also known as a profit and loss statement, income statements compare an itemized list of revenue against an itemized list of expenses, allowing business decision makers to determine whether they are either over or under budget and adjust accordingly. McCall Scanlon & Tice, LLC will work with you to generate this statement as well as track dramatic increases in the cost of goods or returned products, which may justify adjustments to a company’s pricing structure. In the months leading up to tax season, our Pittsburgh team provides business owners with guidance on using income statements to determine their tax obligations as well as in an ongoing tax strategy for improved deductions and reduced liability. 

Balance Sheets

Making the right business decisions requires a comprehensive knowledge of your financial information. The customized balance sheets we offer at McCall Scanlon & Tice, LLC grant small business owners a basis for strategic planning. By providing a snapshot of your business’ financial condition, balance sheets can help you identify the following: 
  • Current Financial Strength and Capabilities 
  • Trends in Receivables and Payables 

Cash Flow 

In conjunction with income statements, balance sheets can be used to represent and communicate the financial health of your business to others. To learn more about on how these records tie into larger processes your small business may require, schedule a consultation with McCall Scanlon & Tice, LLC. 

Contact McCall Scanlon & Tice, LLC

Our goal at McCall Scanlon & Tice, LLC is to provide clients with accounting solutions that encourage long-term growth. For more information on small business accounting in Pittsburgh, PA, contact our professionals today

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