My name is Debbie Baker, a.k.a. Mrs. Bookkeeper. I am a virtual bookkeeper serving small businesses in North Texas and anywhere in the United States.
I grew up in Wichita Falls, Texas and graduated from Midwestern State University with a Bachelor’s in Accounting. I then moved to the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex and spent over a decade working in accounting, finance, and audit for a large public accounting firm and Bank One, Texas. Altogether I have 1 year of experience in public accounting, 8 years of experience as a bank auditor, and 3 years of experience as a bank department manager and project manager.
I put my career on hold to raise my children. Once they entered high school, I re-entered the workforce via the public school system and then as a bookkeeper for a small CPA firm.
I became Mrs. Bookkeeper in 2020 when I decided to start my own bookkeeping business. I realized a lot of businesses don’t know their true financial position month to month, and others overpay their CPAs for bookkeeping. I serve my clients as a partner and trusted advisor, providing them financial information about their businesses so they can make better decisions and spend more time running their businesses.
For a business to be successful, it needs to be making money. Unfortunately, many business owners don’t really know how their businesses are doing financially.
If you don’t have accounting software or don’t know how to use it, your income may be improperly stated. This is also true if you have a lot of transactions each month. Either way, you could be missing out on profits.
Some businesses let their CPAs balance their books at tax time. The problem is that CPAs charge much more than a bookkeeper would, they don’t provide cleaned-up books, and you still don’t know how profitable your company is during the year.
As Mrs. Bookkeeper, my job is to monitor all your business’s transactions and provide easy-to-understand financial reports.
When you hire me as your trusted advisor, you can rest assured that you know how your cash flows. And you can spend more time working on your business—which, after all, is what you went into business to do.
The best way to determine a business’s success is its balance sheet.
Schedule a free consultation so I can help your business grow.