Have you ever walked into a room and stopped because you couldn’t remember what you were trying to do?
Forgetting is easy. Especially when it’s something that we don’t actively engage with on a regular basis.
When it comes to the reasons for what we do and the decisions we make as a business, remembering the “why” behind our actions is important.
How It Started
ThreeRivers Bookkeeping started because I wanted to help small automotive businesses overcome a challenge I observed while working with them. I started my career working with mechanics and automotive specialists in a related industry, but I realized that my passion was for helping those small businesses in a different way.
Managing Bookkeeping’s Challenges
Bookkeeping is boring and tedious. Keeping everything properly organized takes so much time, effort, and specialized knowledge that everyday business owners can’t easily handle it. And errors in bookkeeping, which are quite common, can financially ruin businesses. Errors can make it harder to budget correctly. But worse is the damage caused by errors that impact taxes.
My goal in creating Three Rivers Bookkeeping was to help remove bookkeeping as an obstacle for small businesses. Even as I am coming up with new services (coming soon), my goal is to help businesses eliminate obstacles and run their businesses more efficiently and effectively.
Build Wealth Through Business
How much money do you want to make?
In other words, what do you want to do outside of business?
This is a question we ask our clients when we start working with them. What you want to do with your time, will require a specific amount of money. And in order to make the amount of money you want, your business will need to make a certain amount of money as well.
While there are many people who work on books and do bookkeeping, the key difference between them and Three Rivers is our desire to help our clients build wealth through their businesses.
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