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Tallahassee QuickBooks Bookkeepers

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  • 20 years in business
  • 1 hire on Thumbtack
Linda Lou W.
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They were able to help us with the POS system, and tie it into quickbooks our backroom operations, they have a great personality and explained everything, we are very happy with the level of service they have given. Very knowledgeable in their area.

LMP Enterprises
5.0
from 1 review
    Paul S.
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    LMP Enterprises does a great job. They do our bookkeeping; including paying our bills, doing our deposits, and reconciling our bank and credit card accounts monthly. Not only that, when we redid our website and included an online catalog, they organized our information and products and acted as a liason between us and our web designer. They also do our montly website updates as well as all of our social medua. I would definitely recommend their services.

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    I provide virtual bookkeeping services to small and home-based business owners. Services include QuickBooks set-up, transaction entry, account reconciliation, monthly financial statements, and much more. Services are customized to fit each individual client. Be prepared for tax time! Call me today and get your records in order.

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      We are Certified Public Bookkeeper, we are members of the QB Pro Advisor Program, We do alot of various industries. We also can set up a POS system for the client Assisting the Client in becoming more organized so they can see where their money is going. Helping our clients succeed at making their company success. Our motto " Make Your Business Thrive not just Survive"

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