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Your numbers tell a story

WHAT’S YOUR STORY RIGHT NOW?

No time for your
business because you’re too busy doing the accounting

Making decisions based on your bank account, instead of accurate numbers

Your business is growing (hooray!) and you are unsure what to do next

Not getting real-time information from your accountant

We don’t simply hand you the financials and let you figure it out.

Every great story has a hero (you). And every great hero needs a trusted guide.

What we’ll discover

Empowered Bookkeeping

Know how your business is performing and be one step ahead of your cash flow position.

Goals & Metrics as standard

The numbers you need to track to make more money + the analysis to inform your most important decisions.


Xero & the apps

The tech makes everything run faster and smarter

Forward-thinking Tax

Tick the boxes ahead of time so you’re able to avoid financial hits and jump at opportunities.


Our story involves Fitness Studio Owners

We help fitness studio owners take bigger strides in their business.

Build your membership by looking at the right metrics

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THE NUMBERWISE PHILOSOPHY

We believe anyone can build a better business with the right financial information. But we don’t work with just anyone.

Enthusiasm

Integrity

Ingenuity

Entrepreneurial spirit

Are you an optimist by nature? A big-picture thinker?
Trying to build something bigger than yourself?

THEN THIS COULD BE THE PERFECT PARTNERSHIP.

BLOGS

Balance Sheet Basics
When a business owner reviews their “financials”, they usually jump straight to the Income Statement and ignore the Balance Sheet. You really only care about how much money you are making – and that’s on the Income Statement – so why should you care about the Balance Sheet? That is a big mistake. So let’s
Can I Take A Home Office Deduction?
So you’ve started your own business (hooray!) and want to know what deductions you are able to take.  One of the most common questions relates to the home office deduction – Can I take it? Should I take it?  In order to take the home office deduction, 1) the space must be used exclusively for