Paula Keyes & Associates, Inc. (“PKA”) offers bookkeeping and tax services to Central Florida companies.  We also offer QuickBooks training on an individual or group basis.  In addition we offer association management of professional trade/education-based associations on an international, national and local level.

The company has been in business since 1999 and currently has four employees.

Our staff is proficient in QuickBooks, Peachtree and other accounting software programs.  The specialty of the firm is monthly bookkeeping for small businesses, but we also offer payroll, accounts receivable, accounts payable, collections, and special projects services.  There is no job too big or too small.  Please contact us for a complimentary one hour consultation to learn how we might be able to work together.


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June 9th, 2015

Basic Bookkeeping Tips Get a Bank Statement With a Month-End Cutoff Date – This is another basic tip that can reap big rewards. Synchronizing your bank statement with other monthly records will make it easier to reconcile your statements and track expenses. Many statements have a mid-month date. Talk to your bank and request a [...]

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May 27th, 2015

Basic Bookkeeping Tips Handle and Review Checks Carefully – It is easy to be on autopilot when you’re writing checks and tossing canceled ones into a filing cabinet without reviewing them. Remember: Those checks are as good as cash. And if something goes wrong, you – not the bank – will be on the hook. [...]

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May 18th, 2015

Basic Bookkeeping Tips: This is one of the most basic bookkeeping rules: If you don’t keep accurate daily records, you don’t have an accurate way to track the financial condition of your business. Different people use different record-keeping systems: what matter is that you have one and use it every day. Once you have a [...]

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May 4th, 2015

Are You Using the Right Accounting System? Businesses use either a cash-based or accrual-based system. Under a cash-based system, you record income when you receive and expenses when you pay them. Under an accrual-based system, you record income when you earn it and expenses when you incur them. A cash system is used for very [...]

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April 29th, 2015

The move is over. Phew!!! I am in my new house/office in Winter Springs and other than be sore & bruised from moving things, I could not be happier. I certainly did accumulate a lot of “stuff” in 21 years of living at the Altamonte Springs house.   Spring is here and we are all [...]