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If you want to tackle this project yourself, here are some tips to get you started. Or you can always call me in for help and support. Neat Freak Texas 361-205-4360
Sometimes a room so full that you cannot even get in to it. The first thing you should do is take out the trash and take out what is obviously for donation. Don’t spend a lot of time here deciding what is what, only do what is obvious at first. This will make room for you to start sorting and organizing and you will get imminent gratification seeing your progress and making space. Then you can start separating things that are alike and putting them into piles or stacks to organize and put away.
If you are a small business and just need someone to help you get caught up on all the little things that you have to do, but don't like or want to do; such as invoicing or sending out statements, data entry, filing and QuickBooks, I'm your girl.
Maybe you need help setting up your office, setting up your bookkeeping system, setting up policies and procedures, recruiting employees or writing ad's, we can do that too.
If you aren't so small, and don't need another employee, but do need to get caught up on some stuff. Hire me for 3 hours or 3 months what ever works for you.
To whom it may concern;
We hired Tonya Romer to help us set up our new office computer system. Tonya exceeded our expectations in her knowledge of and ability to teach the Quick Book Accounting System, which includes, payroll, accounts receivable and payable, customer files and inventory costs. I would highly recommend Tonya for any job that she says she is qualified to do.
Bert Thoman, VP-MPSRead More
Your home is living space, not storage space.
A good rule of thumb is: Every time you bring something new into your space, take something out. It's that simple;-)
I had an amazing last couple of weeks working at MasterPak Systems helping them set up and incorporate QuickBooks into their business. Going from totally paper to Computerized. I learned some new things and made some new friends. Life is good. Thank you Bert Thoman and Audralynn Roden.Read More