BookKeeping Services for Small Businesses
The small business community must manage the continual pressure to grow their businesses while trying to keep up with the financial transactions necessary to run their operations. Market research shows that there is a lack of quality and talent across the U.S. that can support the BookKeeping needs of the millions of small businesses.
As a result, small business managers and owners work too hard in their business, and don't have the time they need to spend on their business.
BookKeeping Express finds itself as the only BookKeeping franchise company focusing solely on BookKeeping services nationwide. With over 20 years of experience, we have grown through an owner/operator license model, which now, we are committed to franchising as a predominant way of doing business.
A key factor to the ongoing success is our commitment to recruiting, training, developing and supporting our BookKeeping franchise owners. From our corporate training and certification to our national marketing commitments, we're dedicated to helping our franchisees succeed.
BookKeeping Express is Selling Franchises with Initial Investment under $50,000
"We are riding on the wave of demand for Certified Bookkeepers," says Chief Executive Officer Greg Jones. "BookKeeping Express will provide businesses throughout the U.S. a reliable, affordable source for excellent BookKeeping services. Our target market is the 26.8 million small businesses in the United States. With our training and certification program, we plan to revolutionize BookKeeping in America!"
BookKeeping Express offers several unique opportunities to the entrepreneur
"In a business world where payroll is dominated by national companies like ADP and Paychex and tax preparation is synonymous with H & R Block, Jackson & Hewitt and Liberty Tax, we see our company becoming the recognized provider for business BookKeeping services."
Take advantage of demandThe U.S. Department of Labor predicted in 2006 that employment of BookKeeping, accounting and auditing clerks would grow 12 percent by 2016, creating about 264,000 new jobs over the decade.
BookKeeping Franchise Quick Facts
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