Thank you for your prompt execution of our property taxes.
We are now officially in compliance. We feel so blessed to have
you guide, advise and oversee our financials...
Thank you for explaining to me the proper way to record my
expense and for taking the time to advise me on options to
purchase equipment for my business...
I’m happy to say, that because of your help and assistance
we are officially a 501c3 non-profit organization again.
Thanks for all your help...

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Why Isaacs Accounting, P.C.?

The significance of accounting has never been more apparent than in today’s market, especially with an unpredictable economy. Sure accountants prepare profit and loss reports, tax returns, budgets and projections but more importantly we organize your financial data to present a clear picture about your company’s fiscal performance. The accountants at Isaacs Accounting advise their clients on how important it is that they are aware of how their business is operating. Being profitable, having positive cash flow, and managing your income and expenses are important elements of a successful business.

If you’re serious about growing your business, using good accounting practices will give you a competitive advantage. We can help you develop an accounting system with proper internal controls to reach your goals. Those who do not use the services of a licensed, professional accountant are generally at a disadvantage, and sometimes make decisions with little financial information.

We are dedicated to providing our clients excellent service. Our accounting, tax, auditing, and business consulting services are specifically tailored to meet your needs. We are happy to schedule a meeting with you to discuss our services and what we can do to help you understand your numbers.

We look forward to working with you…to make your numbers work for you.


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Positive Cash Flow

Over the past couple of months, I have talked to several entrepreneurs who have said, “Business is good, but now I have to make sure I have the cash to fund these projects.”

Which leads me to think about the old question, what comes first the chicken or the egg? Or in this case the contract or the cash?

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