When I opened Tupelo Honey Café in 2000, I felt confident in my years of restaurant experience and a degree in Hotel Restaurant Management. Even though I was excited to implement my ideas, I quickly realized the demands of the day-to-day operations pushed the office work to the back burner. When my accountant recommended a bookkeeper, I found out I already had knowledge about restaurant bookkeeping that this professional didn’t, so I took it upon myself to use my experience and tackled my own books. Most small business owners have a knowledge of the uniqueness of their business that a bookkeeper does not.

When I sold Tupelo Honey, I moved to St. John, USVI, and worked with restaurant owners and other small business owners to set up and organize their books, enter sales, pay taxes, and make their books run efficiently. After moving back to Asheville I have seen the need for this service for small businesses. I find so much satisfaction teaching others to structure their finances in a well-organized, clear, and concise manner. It doesn’t have to be hard! There are just some basic tools that if understood and applied will free up your time and ease your mind so you can get back to the joy of running your business!

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Finding the right person to help you with the bookkeeping side of your business is an important decision. That’s why I offer a free and discrete preliminary phone consultation to walk you through your needs and the scope of your goals.