Helping the Construction & Service-Based Industries lead towards greater success by providing insight into the health of their business.

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Taking your business to the next level can be a struggle.

  • Where is our money going?

  • How do I keep track of budgeting?

  • Is there a better way to profit?

  • Why am I being audited?

  • Why am I being turned down for a loan?

  • What's holding my business back from growing?

Taking your organization to the next level can be a struggle.
We specialize in providing bookkeeping services to churches and nonprofits.
That's why we specialize in providing bookkeeping services to the construction and service industries.
Our mission is to improve your bookkeeping processes and maximize your growth.  We use a proven three-step methodology to take your company to the next level.

Our Three-Step Methodology

Our proven three-step methodology takes your organization to the next level.

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Grow your business.

Today is the day to grow your business.  Let's talk about how optimizing your bookkeeping processes can take your business to the next level.

Miss Elsie's Bookkeeping - Forging Future Bookkeepers Through Discipleship

"Trust in the Lord with all your heart;
do not depend on your own understanding.
Seek his will in all you do,
and He will show you which path to take."

Proverbs 3:5-6


When Lisa took on her new job, she replaced someone that had made a lot of errors. Lisa had to start over with setting up the church QuickBooks with two years-worth of half paper records and half wrong computer entries. There were a lot of phone calls, paper chasing, emails and problem solving that went into Lisa’s work during her first six months. On top of recreating two years-worth of complicated financials, she also had to keep up on current financials, making sure it was all being done correctly moving forward. In the midst of everything, Lisa remained calm and composed. She spent a lot of time explaining things in laypersons terms so the church Board Members would understand their own financials, so they did not put themselves in financial trouble again. Lisa was persistent about vendor negotiations for better rates and how/where to save the church money; she was able to save the church about $60,000 a year for insurance alone. She spent time meeting with other accountants and bookkeeping professionals to make certain that everything was set up right.  Lisa was very punctual, organized and had a cheery personality. For the past three years, we did not have accurate records for our preschool expenses and never knew where we stood month to month. Right away, Lisa started working on everything and realized a better way to handle the separation of church and preschool from a bookkeeping standpoint. I think she would be an asset to your organization or business. Please feel free to contact me regarding this recommendation if needed.

Miss B.