Professional Bookkeeping Services

Specializing in Financial Support for Restaurants and Bars

Bookkeeping

ABOUT US

WHO WE ARE

With over 30 years of industry experience, Audrey Allen dedicated much of her career to providing professional bookkeeping services and partnering with small business owners to help manage and grow their businesses.  After moving to Florida in 2010, she worked on a corporate level as the Controller for a large hospitality company in the Tampa Bay area. In 2018 she made the decision to start her own business, and ChickBooks, LLC was born.

ChickBooks specializes in providing bookkeeping and financial support for Restaurants and Bars.  We have extensive experience working with multiple POS systems, Margin Edge and FinTech as well as local payroll companies, vendors and professional organizations.

Call today for more information.
Audrey Allen (727) 412-1618

OUR MISSION

ChickBooks, LLC was created to provide professional bookkeeping and financial support services to small hospitality-based businesses.

We offer customized service packages to match our clients’ needs. 

“Bookkeeping is one of the key components to running a successful business.  Let us help make your road to success a little smoother.”

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SERVICES WE OFFER

Quickbooks Remote Bookkeeping Services

Accounts Payable

Accounts Receivable

Bank & Credit Card Reconciliations

Monthly Financial Statements

Annual Budget Preparation

Organizing and preparing reports and statements at year end for you accountant

Notary Services

“Bookkeeping is one of the key components to running a successful business.  Let us help make your road to success a little smoother.”

Do I need a bookkeeper or an accountant?

As a small business owner, you need your financial data to be current and accurate so you can make good business decisions and ensure you have a healthy cash flow. But as your business grows and you take on more customers, vendors, and employees, keeping track of how much money you have coming in and going out of your business gets complex – and time-consuming.  When the accounting tasks for your small business are too much to handle by yourself, it's time to hire help. But do you need an accountant or a bookkeeper?

When operating a small business you actually need both.  An accountant can analyze your financial situation and offer strategic advice in addition to filing your tax returns. A bookkeeper handles the day-to-day tasks of recording your company’s expenses and income, along with reconciling your bank and credit card statements each month. Bookkeepers are, generally speaking, less expensive than CPAs, which makes them a great choice for a company that needs day-to-day expertise.  It’s much more economical to have your bookkeeper send your accountant your financial records at the end of the year vs. bringing a year’s worth of receipts and papers to your accountant for sorting and data entry.

Books that are set up correctly can be a strong tool for measurement and growth. Books measure the pulse of a business, and good bookkeeping expands past basic cash expenses.  A good bookkeeper can also bring attention to something that might need higher levels of advice. 

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CONTACT US

We look forward to hearing from you!

(727) 412-1618

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