What Accounting Services Do I Need as a Restaurant Owner?

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Regardless of whether you are the owner of a mom-and-pop restaurant or a national franchise restaurant, it may be in your best interest to retain accounting services going forward. To start, this will serve as one less responsibility and a weight to be lifted off your shoulders. But there are many more benefits that stem from this. For more information, continue reading to learn just what food industry CPA services one of our experienced Certified Public Accountants and consultants at Werdann DeVito LLC, can offer you and your business.

As a restaurant owner, why is it important to retain accounting services?

Just like any other type of business owner, you, as a restaurant owner, are responsible for having a complete understanding of their financial decision. Such comprehension is the only way in which you may make informed decisions about your restaurant. Critical decisions that require financial literacy include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Whether you can afford to hire new employees (i.e., managers, chefs, waiters/waitresses, hosts/hostesses, cashiers, bartenders, etc).
  •  Whether you will have to cut the hours of your current employees (i.e., full-time to part-time).
  • Whether you can afford to add to your inventory (i.e., add new menu items).
  • Whether you will have to cut down your inventory (i.e., lessen the amount or frequency of your orders).

As a restaurant owner, what accounting services do I need?

To make informed financial decisions for your restaurant, you will need to conduct frequent business evaluations and bookkeeping that maximize accuracy and efficiency. While important, doing this alone will take away from your other responsibilities as a restaurant owner. This is why we recommend that you retain the services of one of the skilled New Jersey Certified Public Accountants and consultants from our firm. Just some of the ways that we will help you build your financial plan include regularly making inventory assessments and adjustments and analyzing tax codes. Other ways include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • We provide accounting and integrated services.
  • We provide auditing, reviews, and compilations.
  • We provide business valuations.
  • We provide litigation and consulting.
  • We provide management advisory services.
  • We provide tax planning and preparation.

With all that being said, if any or all of the above services are of interest to you, you must not hesitate in picking up the phone and speaking with one of our seasoned New Jersey Certified Public Accountants and consultants.

Lastly, we would like to note that we can be of assistance to you even if you are not necessarily a restaurant owner. That is, we have past experience with farmers, product manufacturers, food and beverage distributors, etc. Consult with our firm today.