Contact us if you want to improve your bottom line in the following ways…
Need clarity in your accounting department chaos? Huxley CPA Consulting can help improve your bottom line with a Personalized Accounting Assessment. By reviewing your current accounting methods I can identify how your procedures and/or staffing can be modified for improved speed and accuracy. Need to go a step further? By creating specific Statements of Procedure (SOP) for your department, they will receive step-by-step instructions, along with my personalized training, to ensure your success going forward.
Need to address an auditor’s SAS 115 Letter listing a material weakness or significant deficiency? With over 20 years’ audit and reporting expertise, Huxley CPA Consulting can readily resolve auditor concerns. There’s no need to divert your accounting team’s focus when I can handle those matters for you, and put your business on better footing for subsequent years.
Internal Control Design / Special Projects Management
Is your small company growing to where an outside bookkeeping service is needed? Let Huxley CPA Consulting design and implement appropriate internal controls to help safeguard your assets from misappropriation. Likewise, if your business is growing beyond the capacity of your current accounting team and one-off accounting projects are falling to the bottom of your to-do list, I can handle those for you without adding to your headcount.
Are you temporarily short of a critical staff person or don’t need a full time employee in this position? Huxley CPA Consulting can serve as your interim or fractional CFO or Controller. My services for growing companies and family office setups are available on a straight hourly or discounted fixed-term fill-in basis.
By serving as a member on your Board of Directors, I can not only help you meet your company’s fiduciary requirements, but most likely also improve its bottom line. According to a study by Harvard University, “Companies with women directors on their board also perform better than those without women by specific metrics. For example, when Fortune-500 companies were ranked by the number of women directors on their boards, those in the highest quartile in 2009 reported a 42 percent greater return on sales and a 53 percent higher return on equity than the rest.”*
*Excerpted from the article, “Why Diversity Matters: Women on Boards of Directors”, as published on the Harvard University School of Public Health website (2019)