PCO Industry Accounting Advice

 

The accountants of PCO Bookkeepers give expert advice to Pest Control Industry Business Owners. Making informed financial decisions is the key to running a successful pest control business. It is crucial for any business to be agile and adapt to meet their customer’s needs. Without a sound financial footing and visibility into your numbers, it is hard to make informed decisions. Our accounting expert advice section is not just accounting practices, but how they relate to the pest control industry.

To grow your business, you need to go beyond standard accounting – which is where we come in. We work to provide insight into your business and keep you up to date with the financial news and expert accounting advice that affects your pest control business. Check out the blogs below, or head over to our “Accounting Expert Advice Video Section” for more information!

Digital & Online Accounting Services

Digital and Online Accounting Services: Catering to the Digital World Today’s service business owners and managers are smarter than ever and demand an ever-increasing amount of real time information.  They embrace technology, digital and social media and can make...

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PCT Top 100

View Daniel S. Gordon, CPA’s presentation from the 2018 PCT Top 100 Awards Ceremony and Executive Summit.

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Learn the Payroll Basics for Your Own Good!

It’s not mission-critical to your business that you understand fully how payroll works.  Yet, since a large portion of your annual expenses goes towards labor and therefore payroll taxes, it’s a good thing to understand the payroll basics and the components involved in processing and how they impact your bottom line.

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Congrats Brian Post!

The PCO Bookkeepers & Turf Books family are proud to announce that our Senior Account manager Brian Post has officially received his CPA License!

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Service Contract Tips

Sign Your Clients Up for Service Contracts.To build your business in this manner, you first have to convert your current clients to service programs. There is an art to this. Learn how to communicate the value of your program, sell the benefits, and sign them up!

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