Cleanup and Historic Accounting Services

Back Office Services

In order to run smoothly and make informed business decisions, the owner of the firm needs an accurate and well-maintained set of books. Most small to medium businesses have trouble keeping a clean set of books, as this requires regular update of books, proper allocation of expenses and adherence to commonly accepted accounting principles.

Key Benefits:

  • An absolute necessity at the time of filing taxes. By not having a clean set of records, a business may penalize itself by overpaying taxes
  • Helps business owner better manage the cash flow, and have a complete understanding of the financial situation.
  • A clear set of books provides a solid picture of the company’s financial situation required at the time of debt or equity funding or presenting before investors

At SLAS Infosolutions, we help businesses, clean and organize their books and get them up to date. Once up to date, we can implement a cost effective accounting system that is easy to manage and easy to maintain. In addition, we can also maintain the accounting system and books, once the clean-up is done, so that you can concentrate on your business, without worrying about accounting and reporting.

Monthly Accounting Services

  • Clearing backlog of un-posted historic transactions
  • Correction of existing miscoded GL entries such as expenses booked in asset accounts, wrongly booked income etc.
  • Clean-up of chart of accounts through removal of duplicate and unused accounts and systematic structuring of accounts
  • Adjustments of already posted entries according to accounting standards
  • Reconciling historic accounts with bank, credit card, merchant account, mortgage, line of credit, vendor and customer statements
  • Fixing vendor payments and credits not applied correctly
  • Review of unpaid bills report for any additional corrections, updates, or changes
  • Fixing customer payments and credits not applied correctly
  • Write off non collectable invoices
  • Clear incorrect balance in the Undeposited Funds account
  • Review of accounts receivable aging summary report for any additional corrections, updates, or changes
  • Reconcile bank and credit card accounts
  • Review missing checks
  • Locate discrepancies in bank reconciliations
  • Reclassify historic transactions that have been incorrectly recorded
  • Review of working trial balance for data entry errors, misclassifications and prepare list of suggested adjusting journal entries to correct these mistakes
  • Troubleshoot prior account balances that have been changed.