01: a friendly conversation
A short process that will help us understand how your business operates and what kind of accounting help you need.
02: services and PRICING
We’ll help you figure out which accounting tools and services make sense for your specific situation and budget.
03: the work begins
If you decide to hire us, great! We’ll start setting things up and schedule a kickoff date to begin working together.
QuickBooks Online (QBO)
Our favorite accounting system for small businesses. We’ll help you optimize your setup and take advantage of QBO's best features.
The simplest version of QuickBooks. Designed especially for freelancers, self-employeds, and sole proprietors.
We’ll oversee your books and handle your routine accounting needs, from bank feeds to fixed assets and all things in-between.
An online payroll service that integrates seamlessly with QBO. Also available: online time tracking and timesheets (TSheets).
The #1 thing every business owner needs: accurate, timely financial reports that tell you what's happening with your business.
tax returns & e-filing
Complete preparation and e-filing of your federal and state income tax returns.
An all-in-one monthly service for businesses that don’t want to build their own accounting department. To learn more, click here.
We’re a full-service firm and we can also help with cleanup work, QBO conversions, and app advisory services.
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We have hourly rates and fixed pricing options — the choice depends on the situation and type of work involved. In either case, we’ll help you handle your accounting as quickly and cost-effectively as possible.
Scooter was founded by Will Keller, a veteran CPA who left his job at a big, boring firm because he didn’t want to spend the rest of his life in the corporate world. Instead, he wanted to build a range of simple, affordable accounting services for small businesses — so he gathered up his tools and started Scooter.