When you run a small business, it’s tough to know how to accurately account for all your financial transactions. Tracking receipts, bank statements, expenses, revenues, budgets, invoices and costs can be overwhelming. And many times, personal expenses are mixed in with professional expenses, muddying the books even more. But if your financials aren’t accurate, it’s hard to make strategic decisions in your business, let alone file income tax returns confidently.
Join us for a presentation by Chloe Parker, CPA who will guide us through accounting best practices for your small business.
Chloe Parker is a Manager at Ryan & Wetmore. Since joining the firm in 2011, Chloe has specialized in working with entrepreneurs to grow their businesses. Chloe leads the assurance team at Ryan & Wetmore and works closely with clients in the construction, manufacturing, and professional services industries. Active in the community, Chloe serves as the chairperson of the Greater Washington Society of CPA’s Young and Emerging Accounting sections and recently received a leadership award for her work.
Chloe obtained a Bachelor of Science in Accounting from Grove City College and a Masters of Business Administration for the University of Maryland.