Supporting Strategies | Northern Chicago
Supporting Strategies provides outsourced bookkeeping services, controller services and operational support to growing businesses.
"Hiring Supporting Strategies was the best decision I ever made. As our outsourced AP department, they quickly learned all of our vendors and took bill pay and bookkeeping off our plate so we can focus on the strategy and operations of the business. Your Accountant Michael is just the best. He epitomizes “making our lives easier. They’ve also been fun to work with – not always something you expect when working on financials!"
Stephanie Morimoto, Owner & CEO, Asutra
“Now that I am working with Supporting Strategies, I don’t have to worry about making sure my books are up to date — it just happens. It’s a great relief to no longer be saddled with bookkeeping tasks.”
Pam Valle, Founder, Valle Educational Consultants
Q: How much does outsourced bookkeeping cost?
A: Supporting Strategies provides outsourced bookkeeping and controller services. We work with businesses ranging from startups to established and growing SMBs. We’d love to talk with you about your business and your goals. The outsourced bookkeeping cost varies depending on your business size and needs. We customize our service package to meet the needs of your business today and can add services as your business grows. Contact us now for a complimentary consultation.
Q: Will Supporting Strategies provide a consistent, assigned point of contact?
A: Every Supporting Strategies client is assigned a dedicated team consisting of a Financial Operations Manager and at least one Financial Operations Associate. Financial Operations Associates are part of an Operations Team, allowing for cross-training and distributed workload coverage. This team approach enables us to scale to keep up with the demands of growing businesses.
Q: What bookkeeping and controller services does Supporting Strategies provide?
A: Supporting Strategies provides a full range of bookkeeping services, including revenue and accounts receivable; expenses and accounts payable; HR and payroll; day-to-day bookkeeping and month-end close; and financials, planning and analysis.
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