Executive Profile

Julie’s principal strengths lie in applying tax and accounting techniques to the actual day to day functions of running a business. Julie’s commitment is to provide prompt and personal customer service.
She excels in a communication style representing both professional knowledge and a clear manner in which to convey information.

Professional CPA Service

Every client is carefully evaluated. Julie meets with the stakeholders / shareholders to assure accurate and constructive communication. By examining the books several times each year, any necessary changes to organizational structure and strategy are proactively put in place.
Clients are assisted to maintain compliance, manage records accurately and effectively, for best possible elimination of risk.

Wall Street Journal Small Business News
Profiting From Politics Proves Challenging for Startups
Thursday 26 May 2016
By Ruth Simon Politics is difficult business as many startups are finding out.Some of the top digital, fundraising and analytics operatives on both sides of the U.S. political divide have tried to parlay their campaign skills into for-profit enterprises, creating startups that build on their campaign expertise. Michael Slaby, who worked on both of Barack...
Head of SBA Focuses on Access to Capital
Thursday 19 May 2016
By Ruth Simon As the head of the U.S. Small Business Administration, Maria Contreras-Sweet has moved to modernize the agency and boost access to capital for underserved communities. The 62-year-old agency, which supports small businesses and entrepreneurs, provided backing for more than 69,000 loans to small businesses totaling nearly $28 billion in the last fiscal...
Venture-Capital Slowdown Hits Asian Startups
Thursday 12 May 2016
By Juro Osawa in Hong Kong, Newley Purnell in Singapore and Sean McLain in New Delhi In early February, Yin Sang, a prominent Chinese entrepreneur, sent an email to all 600 employees at his karaoke-booking startup: His firm was running out of money after failing to raise funds and wouldn't be able to pay staff...
New Rules Give Startups Access to Main Street Investors
Thursday 12 May 2016
By Ruth Simon Small businesses will soon be able to sell shares to Main Street investors on crowdfunding portals, instead of trying to lure those backers with promises of T-shirts, coffee mugs or other merchandise.Starting Monday, small companies and startups can raise as much as $1 million online from ordinary investors in a 12-month period....