Financial Services Opportunity

Companies, regardless of size, require experienced accounting professionals to maintain books and records. Having a cloud based accounting system is essential in today’s world to ensure that as a business leader you are getting GAAP (Generally Accepted Accounting Principle) compliant financial statements so that you can present them to bankers, auditors and investors.

We have state of the art technology that we use to manage your environment and ensure that we have processes in place to obtain financial information from you in a secure manner. We can manage your procure to pay and order to cash cycle so that you don’t have to and you can focus on what matters most which is your business.

Focus on your business — not on your books. When you hire an in-house bookkeeper and controller, you may find yourself overseeing the work and helping to develop bookkeeping processes. When you work with River North Financial Group, you work with a bookkeeping and controller services partner. That means you benefit from built-in oversight, high-level expertise and proven processes.

At River North Financial Group, our team members have an average of 10 years of industry experience. They typically have a bachelor’s degree in accounting or a related discipline, and many hold an advanced degree and/or CPA designation.

Plus, we assign each client a team of at least two bookkeeping and controller services professionals who get to know your business well. This arrangement allows for cross-training, coverage during vacations or illnesses, and load-balancing to handle fluctuating volumes of work. It also creates a segregation of duties, so checks and balances are always in place to guard against errors and fraud. And we follow proven processes to establish controls that support the integrity and accuracy of each client's financial information.

As your business grows and evolves over the years, you can count on River North Financial Group. Our team approach enables us to scale to meet your changing needs.

• Overseeing month-end close processes
• Revenue recognition and journal entry adjustments
• Payroll reconciliations
• Balance sheet reconciliations and journal entry adjustments
• Detailed balance sheet reviews each month
• Ensure your financial positions are accurately stated