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Quantum Accounting Tax Group is a Riverside County, Orange county firm serving clients throughout Southern California that provides a wide variety of business accounting, bookkeeping, tax preparation and financial management services.
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We take pride in giving you the assurance that the personal assistance you receive comes from years of advanced training, technical experience and financial acumen. At Quantum Accounting Tax Group, we believe in our client value and relationships. We view every client relationship like a partnership, the way it was meant to be. Additionally, we truly believe that our success is a result of your success.
Strategic planning is a management process for evaluating your current business; at Quantum Accounting Tax Group we determine your strategic direction, and road mapping your strategic plan into practical actions. The strategic plan we create explains why an organization exists, what it is trying to accomplish, and the tactics it will take to achieve its goals and objectives.
Business success is the dream of many, the imagination of entrepreneurs, a vision of those that plan. It is only possible by developing habits that drive business success. There are many reasons some business people fail and some are very successful. Here at Quantum Accounting Tax Group, we truly believe that our success is a result of your success
Q.A.T Group is a Southern California firm serving clients throughout Riverside County, Orange County and surrounding areas providing a variety of bookkeeping, accounting, tax preparation & financial management services. We are dedicated to providing the highest quality service to support your organization. Our cost effective financial services helps you focus on your operations.
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Q.A.T Group provides business accounting and bookkeeping solutions for your business in Riverside, California and surrounding area. Each of our clients receives exceptional attention to their needs by our professional and knowledgeable accountants.
We at Q.A.T Group understand that each client's situation is unique and because of that, we take the time and provide you with the best quality service that fits our client's needs. We strive to build a relationship with our clients so that we may fully take advantage of all tax benefits.
As you know, the internal operations change frequently to meet external challenges and to maximize opportunities, such as national and global competition or the advancement of flexible, configurable technology environments. In order to meet ever-changing needs, organizations need to transform by developing and managing measurable, efficient and nimble business processes.
Effective financial management is a crucial part of running a growing business. Whatever your business, raising finance, managing cash flow and keeping records are all essential, but in a growing business you want financial management that also does more - helping you to make informed decisions, assess new opportunities and evaluate the success of your business strategy.
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Did you know? Helpful tax information you can't ignore...
A company can have a profit but not have cash because profit is computed using revenues and expenses, which are different from the company's cash receipts and cash disbursements. In other words, there is a difference between revenues and receipts.
There is also a difference between expenses and expenditures.
Let's assume that a company "A" uses the accrual method of accounting. It provides $25,000 of services to its clients in its first month and the clients can pay in 30 days. The company will have $25,000 of revenues in its first month, but the cash have
not received until the second month. If the company's expenses are $14,000 in the first month, the company will report a profit of $11,000 but will not have received any cash from its clients.
Another example is company "B" might have a profit of $60,000 in its first year, but during it's first year it uses $65,000 of cash to acquire equipment that will be put into service at the beginning of the second year. This company will have a profit,
but will not have the cash.