Business Services

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Business Intelligence Reports

We create insightful dashboards and performance reports for our clients by using financial analysis tools that help us assess business performance, monitor trends and identify business opportunities. These metrics help our clients see exactly how well their business is performing by assessing profitability, cash flow growth, industry benchmark and other Key Performance Indicators (KPIs).
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Business Incorporation

All business that would like to operate in Florida first must be registered with the State of Florida and need to be properly licensed by the Department of Business & Professional Regulation.   If you have any questions about whether a specific service, establishment, or individual may require a license, please contact us.   We will provide you with a free consultation on the company structure or business license requirements.
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Business Licenses

Business licenses are permits issued by government agencies that allow individuals or companies to conduct business within the government’s geographical jurisdiction. A single jurisdiction often requires multiple licenses that are issued by multiple government departments and agencies. There are often many licenses, registrations and certifications required to conduct a business in a single location. We can help you sort through the licensing requirements to open up your new business. Give us a call to discuss your requirements.
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Notary Services

We are appointed by the Florida Secretary of State to perform notarial acts, and can help our clients to serve as an impartial witnesses in the signing of their important documents.

The Different Notarial Acts

Acknowledgments: An acknowledgment is typically performed on documents controlling or conveying ownership of valuable assets. Such documents include real property deeds, powers of attorney and trusts. For an acknowledgment, the signer must appear in person at the time of notarization to be positively identified and to declare (“acknowledge”) that the signature on the document is his or her own, that it was willingly made and that the provisions in the document are intended to take effect exactly as written.
Jurats: A jurat is typically performed on evidentiary documents that are critical to the operation of our civil and criminal justice system. Such documents include affidavits, depositions and interrogatories. For a jurat, the signer must appear in person at the time of notarization to sign the document and to speak aloud an oath or affirmation promising that the statements in the document are true. (An oath is a solemn pledge to a Supreme Being; an affirmation is an equally solemn pledge on one’s personal honor.) A person who takes an oath or affirmation in connection with an official proceeding may be prosecuted for perjury should he or she fail to be truthful.
Certified Copies: A copy certification is performed to confirm that a reproduction of an original document is true, exact and complete. Such originals might include college degrees, passports and other important one-and-only personal papers which cannot be copy-certified by a public record office such as a bureau of vital statistics and which the holder must submit for some purpose but does not want to part with for fear of loss. This type of notarization is not an authorized notarial act in every state, and in the jurisdictions where it is authorized, may be executed only with certain kinds of original document.

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What Clients Are Saying...

Laura was truly a pleasure to work with. From the minute she entered my office she was very professional and very transparent about her services, specialties and fees. She completed the cleanup ahead of schedule and really was patient and precise when training me. We were very happy with her services and would highly recommend her.

- Financial Firm