All startups need a strong financial foundation
When Casey Fabling launched Fabling Built, Job One was acquiring clients. His bookkeeper was relatively inexperienced, but Casey didn’t think he had complicated accounting needs. “I didn’t know how to read a profit and loss statement or a balance sheet,” he recalls. But he and Adrienne eventually had an uneasy feeling about their finances. When they dug into the books, they discovered debt they had no idea how to repay.
Steiner Business Solutions to the rescue
Casey says, “When we met Dan, we wanted someone to guide us to a permanent fix, not to just say, ‘Abracadabra, it’s fixed, now pay my fee.’ Dan educated us on how to read the numbers. He helped us chart a path out of debt and gave us next steps.”
Steiner showed the Fablings how to use QuickBooks online. Adrienne took over bookkeeping and Casey learned to run financial reports. They now know their financial position at all times.
In about six months, Fabling Built was profitable again and had systems to ensure future losses would never sneak up on them.