I, Israel R. Garcia, ATP. went into business with a single goal in mind: to provide the highest level of personalized client service possible. Simply put, I care about each one of my clients. You will always be receive the attention of a professional staff member; who will have the proper experience to give you the right advice. If you would like to develop a relationship with a Business Consultant that will know your name, get to know mine.
Our firm has been in business for more than 30 years. We have grown steadily and rapidly, and our employees are able to service a continuously growing clientele. Today, our many active practices cover the complete spectrum of BUSINESS services, making us the right full-service firm for you.
BUSINESS SOLUTIONS is committed to providing a complete range of professional tax and BUSINESS services, at affordable fees. We pledge to create an environment that will cause every one of our clients to view us as a trusted business advisor.
BUSINESS SOLUTIONS is proud of our reputation for going beyond the scope of other business firms. We care and we show it. Call on us for any business, tax or financial question and we will give you a clear concise answer.
Israel R. Garcia
Accredited Tax Payer, Registered Tax Return Preparer
30 years experience in Bookkeeping, Financial and Tax Consulting & Tax Return Preparation for Individuals and business entities.
- 18 years in Self-Employed Capacity.
- Extensive experience with diverse types of business entities.
Member of: Texas Association of Financial and Tax Specialists, American Society of Accounting Professionals, National Society of Accountants
Nohemi C. Garcia
20 years experience in international trade, extensive experience in international banking, and Mexican Commercial Code.
Education: Degree in Business Administration from Universidad Autonoma de Tamaulipas.
Member: National Society of Accountants
Certification: Bookkeeping and Payroll
Customer Relations Specialist, Office Manager.
A Customer Relations Specialist is someone who analyzes the industry and that industry’s target market in whatever industry he or she is employed. The Customer Relations Specialist then develops strategies for acquiring and retaining the business of that target market, while keeping the company’s bottom line healthy. According to Keith Rodgers and David Longworth of Webster and Buchanan Research, customer relations management is a “highly analytical and nuanced business philosophy. It’s not just about acquiring and retaining customers, it’s about keeping the most profitable or strategic clients.”
A Customer Service Specialist must excel in critical thinking and have an analytical mind. The CRS must look at the business in a clear-minded way, seeing it for all its realities. Then the CRS must determine the best, most profitable market for that business to target.
Once the business has been analyzed and the market has been targeted, the Customer Service Specialist must work with the company’s marketing and sales people to determine the best strategies to reach that market and entice them to become customers. They must then determine strategies to keep those customers.
A bookkeeper, also known as an accounting clerk or accounting technician, is a person who records the day-to-day financial transactions of an organization. A bookkeeper is usually responsible for writing the “daybooks”. The daybooks consist of purchases, sales, receipts, and payments. The bookkeeper is responsible for ensuring all transactions are recorded in the correct day book, suppliers ledger, customer ledger and general ledger. The bookkeeper brings the books to the trial balance stage. An accountant may prepare the income statement and balance sheet using the trial balance and ledgers prepared by the bookkeeper.
Bookkeeping is the recording of financial transactions. Transactions include sales, purchases, income, receipts and payments by an individual or organization. Bookkeeping is usually performed by a bookkeeper. Many individuals mistakenly consider bookkeeping and accounting to be the same thing. This confusion is understandable because the accounting process includes the bookkeeping function, but is just one part of the accounting process.The accountant creates reports from the recorded financial transactions recorded by the bookkeeper and files forms with government agencies. There are some common methods of bookkeeping such as the single-entry bookkeeping system and the double-entry bookkeeping system.But while these systems may be seen as “real” bookkeeping, any process that involves the recording of financial transactions is a bookkeeping process.