I can honestly say that I love numbers and solving problems for business owners. Having worked in sales, accounting, and management, deciding to focus my business on accounting was easy. I get a kick out of research, and discovering why things don’t reconcile when they should.
My career in sales taught me the value of customer service that goes above and beyond. My entire team shares this sentiment, and it’s evident in our glowing customer reviews. We guarantee we’ll be there to answer your questions, uncomplicate the complicated, and communicate with a smile you can always feel — no matter if it’s via email or over the phone.
- more efficient accounting workflows
- stronger organization/document management
- less paper, less ink, less waste
- more time/space/resources should be used in running the business, not in accounting
- greater security
- understanding and utilization of rapidly changing technology
Working for several startup companies — as well as established corporations big and small — taught me “street smarts.” The startup world taught me how to wear multiple hats, and I quickly became an expert multi-tasker. Working for small and large businesses — from wire and cable to digital communication and high-end roofing — taught me the unique challenges of a wide array of industries. While my college courses in accounting and finance provided a strong educational foundation, my “streetwise- ways” have always given me an edge in business.
Think accountants are boring? Think again! A self-proclaimed foodie, when Kay is not busy easing her clients’ accounting headaches, you can find her cooking and wine tasting. Kay enjoys snowshoeing in the winter, long bike rides in the summer, and watching for bald eagles in January!
Kay is positive, upbeat, and loves bringing order to the world — one number at a time.