You focus on running your business – we’ll handle the books.
Professional bookkeepers aren’t just for big businesses. Even the smallest companies will benefit from affordable, powerful financial reporting services. Instead of wasting your time updating your financials, focus on growing your company. Frexito will handle everything with expert bookkeeping services.
We’ve been providing bookkeeping in Houston for years – we’re well-versed in local trends, laws, and regulations. Our expert team will do everything to keep your taxes and financials in order. Sit back and focus on more important things while we pull out our calculators. We’ll provide advice and keep you updated from start to finish.
Stop juggling different financial apps and bring everything into one place with a professional bookkeeping services contract. At Frexito, we’ll present a big picture of all your monetary concerns and wins. You’ll receive monthly financial statements, visual reports, and data that helps you grow your business for the long-term.
We know there are online bookkeeping services that are temptingly easy to use. So, why partner with Frexito Group instead?
One word: humans.
We’re real people with real experience. That means we can personalize your financial needs and provide bookkeeping services for small businesses with unique circumstances. We respond to problems quickly and deliver your reports on-time, every month.
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Give us a call on 832-677-6414 or schedule a free consultation today to learn how we can revolutionize the way you manage your business finances.
1. What is the difference between single-entry and double-entry bookkeeping?
Single-entry bookkeeping focuses on one entry per transaction. Double-entry books have two entries per transaction (debit and credit).
2. Who typically uses a single-entry system?
We predominantly see individuals and small businesses use single-entry bookkeeping. As long as the person or business’s annual gross sales are under $5 million, this is permitted by the IRS.
3. Who uses double-entry bookkeeping?
Businesses generating more than $5 million per year, small or large, use double-entry bookkeeping.