Paul A Demonbreun CPA
Certified public accounting firm in Nashville, Tennessee.
Professional Accountant in Nashville, Tennessee.
Paul A Demonbreun CPA is a certified public accounting firm, founded in 1990, and located in Nashville, Tennessee. The firm serves clients throughout the Middle Tennessee area in a wide variety of industries, including; retail, wholesale, manufacturing, construction, and service business.
Trusted and professional firm
We believe in developing relationships with our clients
Founded in 1990, and located in Nashville, Tennessee.
Analyzing financial statements to determine relationships contributing to company profitability or lack thereof.
Analyzing financial statements to determine relationships contributing to company profitability or lack thereof. Cash flow and income projections of business future plans, lease versus buy analysis, review of existing or proposed business benefit and retirement programs, and other services helpful to small and midsize businesses and their owners
Your Local Accountant
Happy to discuss the services we could provide for you. We believe in developing close, personal, and caring relationships with our clients to identify and serve their needs.
Paul Demonbreun graduated from Lipscomb University in 1979. He worked for national and local accounting firms from 1979 to 1990. In 1990 he decided to open his own firm with primary emphasis on serving small to midsize companies and the owners of those businesses.
Give Payment Incentives and Rewards
Whether you’re pricing your goods for your store or you’re sending an invoice it’s always a good idea to give your customers incentive to make payments. For online and in-store payments make sure you mark-up your products slightly above your ideal margins so you can offer discounts. Consumers love getting more bang for their buck…
Utilize Current Payment Technology and Software
This is one of the best tips I can give any freelancer or small business. Writing paper checks and keeping folders of invoices is a guaranteed accounting nightmare. It may seem manageable when you’re small, but if you plan on effectively scaling your business you need to use a cloud accounting service…
Keep a Cash Reserve
In business and in life you should always have a contingency plan. It’s common for small business owners to dump excess cash back into their business to scale. This is a good practice only if you’re putting a small portion into cash reserves. Most financial analysts suggest having at least three months of runway (basic operating expenses) on hand at all times…