Alicia is a certified QBO ProAdvisor, and has bookkeeping experience going back to the 2000’s. She has a good understanding of agricultural business models, business concepts, & start-up difficulties. Alicia has been focusing on homesteading bookkeeping; helping the little guy get ahead a bit in today’s times can be difficult, but it is very rewarding! Alicia has real-world experience in agriculture (including crop and livestock) a variety of equestrian-related fields, landscaping, merchandise sales, marketing, management, and logistics, to name a few. She is currently running a small homestead of her own as well!
Our current project is spreading the word about our “Brunch Break Bookkeeping” Series run on the @Hops_and_lops Instagram platform. We have over a year of weekly content already planned, and will be supplementing the Instagram posts with YouTube vlogs and screen recordings to help it all make sense! Homesteaders tend to lean towards the D.I.Y. side, and we want to help you reach your full potential! Bookkeeping is an often overlooked aspect of a business which can really be make-or-break in tough times. If you have the ability to look at your business expenses and revenues, laid out in an understandable way, then it makes it much easier to manage those expenses and revenues, and plan for upcoming expenditures, whatever they may be.
If you are looking for advice, or a bookkeeper, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Offering remote bookkeeping is a great way to broaden our reach, but please do keep in mind we are tax trained for Ontario, Canada. If your business is based somewhere else, we can give you basic advice, but we recommend finding an accountant well versed in your local taxes.
Check out our Brunch Break Bookkeeping series on our IG (click icon below) or here