We make bookkeeping simple, efficient and easy so that you can focus on growing your business.
- Receipts include commissions, return premium and vendor refunds.
- Disbursements include return commissions, vendor, company and broker payables.
- Premium Payable Reconciliations: Invoices will be reconciled and entered for disbursement. A process will be put in place so the insurance agency will know when to print checks and documentation will be sent to go with the checks. All invoices will be attached to the company file in Epic once complete.
- Direct Bill Commission Reconciliations will be recorded using one of these methods: commission download, manual or import. In suspense, they will be associated to the appropriate general ledger item. After it’s finalized, the statement will be attached to the company file in Epic.
- Broker/Producer Payable Reconciliations will be reconciled once the broker report is approved. A process will be put in place so the insurance agency will know when to print checks and documentation will be sent to go with the checks. All detail will be attached to the broker file in Epic once complete.
- Bank Reconciliations will be completed monthly once the bank statement is received and the bank statement will be attached in Epic.
- Month end reviews will include an email of items outstanding on the balance sheet as well as anything out of the ordinary on the income statement. It’s advised that the agencies review this and share this information with their CPA.
- Training of bookkeeping services are available at an hourly rate.
- Written procedures are available for a fee per procedure.
- Video tutorials are also available for a fee using your Epic system.
Disclaimer: Tracking Transactions, LLC is a bookkeeping services business. There is not a CPA (Certified Public Accountant) on staff.
We can work with your CPA to make sure the bookkeeping meets their standards.
On August 18, 2020, the following certifications were issued by the South Central Texas Regional Certification Agency (SCTRCA):
Women Business Enterprise (WBE); Hispanic American Business Enterprise (HABE); Minority Business Enterprise (MBE);
Small Business Enterprise (SBE); Emerging Small Business Enterprise (ESBE); and the Texas Historically Underutilized Business (HUB).