009: Jessica Wilson of Ohana Bookkeeping discusses Lawpreneurs and their books

Jessica WilsonWhat serves a Lawpreneur? Listen as Jessica Wilson, a licensed Certified Public Bookkeeper (CPB), a Certified QuickBooks ProAdvisor and  the owner of her bookkeeping firm, Ohana Bookkeeping, describes how accurate records and bookkeeping can support the Lawpreneur.

Jessica Wilson of Ohana Bookkeeping fell in love with accounting when she was 19, and worked for her father as his bookkeeper. The numbers came easily to her, and she loved being able to discover those details that otherwise would have dropped through the cracks. For the next 10 years, she worked for companies as an Accountant and earned a Bachelors Degree in Business Accounting.  After getting married and starting a family, she decided to go into business for herself, and opened Ohana Bookkeeping.

Ohana Bookkeeping provides full-charge bookkeeping, Quickbooks, and payroll services to small businesses of any industry. Jessica is committed to Ohana’s growth and to providing excellent bookkeeping services to small businesses of any industry, including Lawpreneurs. Jessica’s “Oh Man!” moment: 

Jessica shares how desperation can lead to poor choices.  Her messages is go with your heart when you choose your clients, and you’ll be better off.

…and, “Oh yeah!”:

Jessica found inspiration and support in the National Association of Women Business Owners (NAWBO).  A group of like-minded, successful business owners is a terrific asset!

Current Business:

Ohana Bookkeeping will keep your books updated, organize your financials, create profit/loss sheets, and bank reconciliations as well as meeting your additional needs.  You can reach Jessica here: http://www.ohanaCPB.com


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