At Supporting Strategies | Milwaukee, our team provides complete controllership and bookkeeping services to Milwaukee businesses of all sizes.
Our clients enjoy the advantages of an internal finance team without having to recruit, hire, train and supervise their own bookkeeping staff. Furthermore, we follow a best-practices operating procedure for every account, and clients never have to worry about staff vacations or employee turnover thanks to our team-based approach.
There for Milwaukee's Business Community
We're privileged to play a part in the growing economy of Milwaukee. From its aviation enthusiasts to its traditional brewers, this uniquely American city has a heritage of getting things right. And it draws strength of character from a landscape of bluffs, inland lakes and the architecture of industry.
Supporting Strategies | Milwaukee supports local businesses by delivering bookkeeping services across Milwaukee's core industries, including law, banking, food services, construction, healthcare, technology, environmental stewardship and financial services.
Bookkeeping Services in Greater Milwaukee and Beyond
The Supporting Strategies model of outsourced bookkeeping and operational support allows us to serve businesses in our own Milwaukee neighborhood and far beyond. Whether you're in the next county or right next door, you'll always have direct access to our team of bookkeeping experts — who will quickly become experts in your business.
In addition to Milwaukee, our clients hail from communities including Menomenee Falls, Brookfield, Elm Grove, Wauwatosa, Oconomowoc, Delafield, Muskego, Hartland, Pewaukee, New Berlin, Mukwonago, Wales, Sussex, Whitefish Bay, Shorewood and Brown Deer.
Ready to learn how you can strengthen your business with bookkeeping and controller services? Schedule your FREE Consultation with Supporting Strategies | Milwaukee today.
Leslie has provided bookkeeping, controller and operational support services to businesses since 1997. Her expertise spans bookkeeping, payroll, benefits administration and office management. An entrepreneur herself, she has an in-depth understanding of the challenges that small businesses and startups face.
Leslie founded Supporting Strategies in 2004 and has since overseen its impressive growth, including the introduction of a national franchise model in 2013. She leads Supporting Strategies' Boston office, the company's flagship location, providing financial insight and bookkeeping expertise to Boston-area business leaders.
Prior to Supporting Strategies, Leslie was the Finance Manager for a business incubator, where she handled bookkeeping and operational support for the organization and its member companies. The experience gave her valuable insights into the essential bookkeeping services that entrepreneurs need to succeed and inspired her to launch Supporting Strategies.
Leslie holds a Master of Business Administration from Boston University and a Bachelor of Arts in English from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst.
Supporting Strategies provides a full range of bookkeeping services, including revenue and accounts receivable; expenses and accounts payable; HR and payroll; day-to-day bookkeeping and month-end close; and financials, planning and analysis.
Partnering with Supporting Strategies gives you access to professionals who are experts in small-business bookkeeping. Our team members bring an average of 10 years of accounting/bookkeeping experience along with a bachelor's degree in accounting or a related discipline. Many hold an advanced degree and/or a CPA designation.
Supporting Strategies provides bookkeeping services to growing businesses across a wide range of sizes and stages. Whether you're a startup or a successful established business, Supporting Strategies can provide the bookkeeping services and operational support you need.
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