Welcome to Turner Accounting Technology Group

Experiencing fast growth? We specialize in streamlining/connecting your business systems QuickBooks, Xero, NetSuite and Dynamics 365 Bill.com, Expensify Insightly, Tsheets and other's. Configuration services. Remotely and onsite.

What we Offer?

Remote and onsite services include payroll, accounts payable and receivable, credit card management, revenue recognition and financial reporting. Film production Budgets/financial reporting. Other business bookkeeping services that we provide include business bank and trial balance reconciliations, balance sheets, labor cost management. QuickBooks, Xero and NetSuite setup including 3rd party-applications.

Remote Bookkeeping/Accounting Services

QuickBooks Online + Bill.com + Hubdoc = A completely paperless office

Onsite Bookkeeping

A dedicated bookkeeper available up to 24 hours a week or month.

Our services include payroll, accounts payable and receivable, credit card management and financial reporting. Other business bookkeeping services that we provide include business bank and trial balance reconciliations, balance sheets, labor cost management, and debt planning and reduction.

QuickBooks - Xero - NetSuite - MS Dynamics

Setup, data migration, COA, 3rd-party software setup: Bill.com, Tsheets, Invoice ASAP, Square, Fishbowl, Trade Gecko, Expensify

Our Accounting Software Expertise

Software selection, setup, data migration, training and customization.

What People are saying on Google

Great job cleaning up our 2017 & 2018 Books and migrating from QuickBooks desktop to QuickBooks online.

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TATG helped us cut our expenses by 33% by setting up a complete paperless office, because we no longer had the need for a full time bookkeeper. And get this he found another job for our former full time bookkeeper. Now that's what i call "Awesome" service

Alice Culan - UI Developement Services

Latest News

Newest added services: 1. Film production Budgets and accounting services. 2. Business plan comprehensive financials. 3. Completely Paperless Office

Year-end tax prep quickbooks bookkeeping

Step 1: Get your bookkeeping in order

Without updated books, you can’t file your taxes. Here’s what you need to do before tax season hits to get your books in shape.

Make sure all of your business transactions are recorded properly

Screwing up your taxes because of a missing or erroneous transaction can be stressful—but also easily avoidable.

Make sure you’re recording all of your business transactions in your general ledger, and that you’re categorizing each transaction as accurately and consistently as you can. If you’re paying a developer to build an app for your Cat Cafe, for example, don’t record it as an “investment” one month and a “marketing expense” the other. Be consistent.

Make sure your books are balanced

If you use double-entry accounting, make sure that your books are balanced—that is, that the sum of all the credits is equal to the sum of all debits.

If you’re using a program like QuickBooks, don’t worry about this part—it should be done automatically. If you’re doing your bookkeeping on paper or in Excel, check out our guide to double-entry bookkeeping.

Reconcile your bank accounts

“Reconciling” is just a fancy accounting term for “make sure your books match your bank records.” But doing so can save you and your bookkeeper loads of time and trouble in April.

Your bookkeeping isn’t really done until you’ve checked it against what the bank says.

Separate personal and business expenses

Not separating personal and business expenses can become a huge headache around tax time. It generally takes more time to sort through expenses when they’re mixed up in one account, and you might miss some deductions.

The sooner you open a small business account and separate your personal and business accounts, the better.

Talk to a professional

Doing everything yourself can be a great way to save money, but we strongly advise that you have an experienced CPA or tax professional take a look at your books. They can make sure you’re set up properly, that you’re taking advantage of the right year end tax moves, and that your business is in good shape for tax season.

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