Business owners know their business inside and out, and as the owner, you’re skilled at what you do. Though you’re skilled at what you do, chances are financials reports, statements and accounting software aren’t in your wheelhouse. You’re not a financial controller.
Luckily for you, our team at JMH&CO, like Ryan Dorton here are experts at reading credit and debit reports, and preparing statements. We can analyze and interpret your financial information and provide you with financial and expense reports to aid you in making informed decisions. Instead of being the driving force behind your expenditures, a financial controller is responsible for your financial and regulatory compliance. They act as your company’s financial historian.
As your financial controller, we’ll work along your side (or your executive and management team) to provide informative financial information that you can make sense of. We will provide you with accurate, secure and timely recordings of your business’ financial activities.
A financial controller is responsible for:
- A complete and thorough understanding of all your accounting procedures,
- An extensive knowledge of your accounting software,
- Payroll accurately and timely submitted,
- Bank accounts and cash balances properly maintained,
- Prepared financial statements as requested.
At JMH & Co., we are Your Partner for Financial Success!
Connect with our JMH Team to discuss more about how our team can become an extension of your management team through our Controller services.
This blog post is contributed by one of our Partners in the Medicine Hat office. Thank you Séamas O’Fuarthain for sharing this information. I have received a few questions recently on the new “Accelerated Investment Incentive” that was announced on November 20/2018 by the Federal government. I decided to create