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  • Are you frustrated that you have to find time to sit at the computer & enter receipts and bills instead of spending time with your clients and generating new business?Outsourcing your accounting needs can SAVE you money—allowing you time to create more revenue. No need to hire a full-time employee, paying payroll taxes and benefits—outsource it to us.
  • Is it late in the month before you can get your bills out to your clients?
    We have the software and the expertise that can get those bills out (and money coming back in to you) quicker!
  • Are sorting out all those tax returns taking too much of your time?
    With 25 years experience in filing sales tax, payroll tax and property tax returns, we can get it done quickly and accurately. Faced with a sales tax audit? We have a network of people who can handle the State Board of Equalization!
  • Do you wonder what your profit is each month?
    We can get those bank reconciliations and financial statements done before the next month—so you know where you stand!
  • Would you like to know how your expenses and revenue compare to previous years?
    Knowledge is power. We can create management reports and graphs, using your historical data, to show you trends in your revenue (by client, revenue type, etc.) and expenses (fixed and variable) to help you make valuable decisions about the future.
  • Do you have questions about benefits administration?
    We have the required COBRA notification forms, a network of insurance, 401k and legal professionals to guide you through the necessary paperwork these benefits require.
  • Do you find that all those debits and credits confusing?
    With a Bachelor’s degree in Accountancy and over 25 years experience in various industries, we can competently handle it for you.

OC Accounting Services is owned and operated by Kaylene Spangler, your number one resource for Orange County bookkeeping and accounting services. Kaylene has more than 25 years experience in essential financial duties to help business owners maintain their finances in an efficient manner. We encourage you to review her resume below and contact us with any questions!

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Ambrosia Interior Design, Tustin, CA

Controller: For $12 million design firm

Accomplishments: Organized and stream-lined accounting processes, conversion of accounting/inventory system from Business Works to MAS90, un-covered embezzlement from prior Controller, led company to record profit years each year by controlling expenses while revenues increased.

Responsibilities: Report directly to owner; managed cash flow and excess cash investments, prepared monthly, quarterly and annual financials for four related companies, bi-weekly in-housepayroll, all aspects of human resources (recruiting, benefits administration, staff development), revenue recognition, supervise staff of eight.

Hollins Schechter, Santa Ana, CA

Director of Finance: For $9 million (30 attorney) law corporation

Accomplishments: Implemented numerous ideas to improve efficiency in billing dept., increase cash flow, increase revenues and decrease expenses, improved A/R turnover rate, shortened billing cycle by half. Developed meaningful management reports to measure productivity and profitability. Coordinated change in banking relations and 401(k) investment company.

Responsibilities: Report directly to partners; projected annual revenue and expenditures, prepared monthly cash basis financial statements, converting to accrual basis, maintain 401(k) plan, trust accounting, supervise staff of three.

Pat’s Ski & Sports, Santa Ana, CA

Controller: For $15 million sporting goods corporation

Accomplishments: Successfully reduced corporate operating expenses 15%; reviewed and revamped accounting procedures resulting in 25% reduction of man hours; accurately projected expenses each year.

Responsibilities: Report directly to President; establish annual projections of financial statement, balance sheet and cash flow; prepare monthly interim financial statements; establish open-to-buys; computerize and maintain detailed depreciation schedules; maintained personnel records, including vacation and sick records, manage all benefits, supervise staff of five.

Assistant Controller:

Responsibilities: Prepared monthly journal entries and analyzed G/L accounts; maintained retail stock ledger and gross margin reports; conducted store audits; prepared quarterly P/R returns; updated and monitored pension/profit sharing plans; reconciled weekly bank statements; prepared property tax statements; prepared sales tax returns.

COMPUTER SKILLS MAS 90, Sage Business Works, QuickBooks, SBT, Excel, Word, Access, Power Point, QuatroPro, Word Perfect, Lotus 123.

EDUCATION B.A. Accountancy, University of Illinois – Springfield

REFERENCES Furnished upon request

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