Outsourced CFO Services
- Assisting with federal and state tax compliance and reporting
- Developing cash flow improvement programs
- Developing key relationships with venture capitalists, bankers, auditors and lawyers
- Developing strategies and tactics to minimize overall tax liability and exposure
- Evaluating and creating internal controls
- Evaluating equity transactions
- Managing capital to improve profitability
- Overseeing financial and accounting functions
- Producing accurate, meaningful financial statements
- Serving as a liaison to lenders, investors and other outside financing sources
Outsourced Accounting Services
- Post cash receipts and disbursements
- Reconcile bank accounts monthly
- Process accounts payable including obtaining proper account codes
- Manage payroll and payroll reporting
- Set up customized chart of accounts
- Manage invoicing and accounts receivable
- Prepare general ledger and financial statement compilations
- Summarize data required for tax returns
- Prepare sales tax returns
- Assist with day-to-day journal entries
- Set up and support QuickBooks software
- Manage depreciation schedules
Benefits of Outsourcing
The Nebraska business community is a vibrant and diverse ecosystem that plays a crucial role in the state’s economy. Known for its strong work ethic, innovation, and entrepreneurial spirit, businesses in Nebraska contribute to the growth and development of the region.
One of the defining characteristics of the Nebraska business community is its close-knit nature. The state’s relatively small population fosters a sense of community among business owners, professionals, and organizations. This collaborative atmosphere often leads to partnerships, mentorships, and the exchange of ideas, creating a supportive environment for startups and established businesses alike.
Nebraska’s business landscape is characterized by a range of industries. Agriculture and agribusiness are prominent, with the state’s fertile land and agricultural resources providing a strong foundation for farming, livestock production, and food processing. The agricultural sector not only feeds the nation but also drives innovation in biotechnology, precision farming, and renewable energy.
Beyond agriculture, Nebraska is home to a diverse array of industries, including manufacturing, transportation, healthcare, finance, technology, and telecommunications. Omaha, the largest city in the state, is a major financial and business hub, hosting several Fortune 500 companies and fostering a thriving entrepreneurial ecosystem. Lincoln, the state capital, is known for its educational institutions and research centers, contributing to the growth of knowledge-based industries.