Always having an interest in the financial side of things, Janine attended Rider University and, in 1989, received a BS degree in Accounting. She started her financial career as a Supervisor in the accounting department at Merrill Lynch/State Street Bank. This position provided a strong foundation, not only in the world of accounting, but in business as well. In 2004, she felt the need to branch out and create a business on her own terms. Over the next 8 years she created, and ran, two consumer-to-consumer businesses, both of which were sold at a profit. During this time, continuing to have a strong interest in the financial arena, she also took on various bookkeeping clients.
In 2012, she realized that her true interest, as well as strength, was in the bookkeeping practice. As a result, she transitioned her bookkeeping side-business into a full-time career, and created Janine’s Bookkeeping LLC.
Target clients are small businesses and professional practices that require bookkeeping assistance on a variety of levels, from weekly to quarterly, as well as on a project basis. She considers Janine’s Bookkeeping, LLC to be much more than simply a “bookkeeping” service. Given her strong accounting background, it is her intention that clients consider Janine’s Bookkeeping LLC not simply their “number cruncher” but more of a trusted business advisor. Not only is financial security taken very seriously, but the client’s entire business is kept in mind when working with their numbers and processing their reports. Being very hands on, each client is met on a quarterly basis, at a minimum, to have a meaningful conversation about where they are, what direction their business is headed in, and what needs to be done to make it even more successful.
While she have worked in virtually dozens of industries, here is a representation listing of some of the clients she’s serviced:
She welcomes the opportunity to provide a complimentary consultation for you to determine how Janine’s Bookkeeping LLC might support you in two ways: 1. To assure that the financial part of your business is run the right way, and in a manner where you know where your money is, where it’s going, and how to make better decisions regarding it. And 2. To free you up from spending your valuable time doing bookkeeping tasks, enabling you to concentrate on the necessary tasks you need to do to grow your business.