It can be challenging for small business owners to get a handle on these questions, “What is a Balance Sheet?” and “Why Should I Care?” Many evaluate the financial health of the business by how much money they have in the bank.

That doesn’t tell the whole picture. You certainly don’t want to be one of those business owners that finds out the hard way when you can’t pay your bills when one customer is late in paying you for your services.

Pam Saul, of Saul Bookkeeping, shares critical information about how to use your Balance Sheet to help you make important financial decisions for your business, large or small.

Be sure to listen in!

Pam Saul, the founder of Saul Bookkeeping, has over 30 years’ experience with bookkeeping needs having started with her family’s business in Montgomery County.  

Pam realized the need for knowledgeable and skilled bookkeeping services for businesses that wanted professional help but didn’t need a fulltime person doing the books. She created Saul Bookkeeping as a customized bookkeeping business to help those business owners.

Pam serves on many boards and organizations including:

  • Montgomery County Soil Conservation District – Treasurer
  • Maryland Agricultural & Resource-Based Industry Development Corp (MARBIDCO)
  • Past Chairman, current member Loan Review Committee

Pam is also a Certified Bookkeeper with the American Institute of Professional Bookkeepers (AIPB) and a QuickBooks Pro Advisor. 

These positions give Pam a unique perspective on the pulse of current business trends and services to give support to her clients. Along with her expertise in small business accounting, Pam is an excellent resource to help business owners in a team-supported environment.