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16 Nov. 19 - Dec. 2, 2011


Noting increased revenues and staff for this year and last, The Accountant’s Offi ce, LLC, a virtual accounting offi ce in Southern Chandler, is marking its 10-year milestone.


Owner Carolyn Brown says they’ve seen nearly a 30 percent increase in revenues in 2010 and anticipate the same this year. In addition, she hired two new staffers last year and plans to hire two more next spring.


Business Chandler woman-owned firm celebrates 10 years Carolyn Brown


“I’ve found a virtual and paperless business model that works, an incredible team of professionals to work with and clients all across the country that rave about our services,” says Brown. “We’ve always looked for a unique way to provide services that give our clients lots of options.”


The company offers several unique services including Virtual Accounting, Remote CFO, Personal Bill Paying, and email forwarding along with traditional bookkeeping services.


In addition to being a seasoned accountant and experienced business owner, Brown is a speaker,


author and mentor who has launched seven successful businesses over the past 35 years. Recognized as a business and community leader, she received the 2010 National Women in Business Champion award by the U.S. Small Administration. The Accountant’s Offi ce, LLC, was honored by the Greater Arizona Better Business Bureau in 2011 with its Business Ethics Award. Brown is past president, 2008 Business Owner of the Year, and charter member of the National Association of Women Business Owners, Phoenix Metro Chapter (NAWBO Phoenix).


Brown is an accomplished speaker who speaks on “The #1 Most Costly Mistake Business Owners Make and How to Fix it!” and “From Brick and Mortar to Virtual Success: How to Run Your Business From Anywhere.” She is the author of “Biz-Tips: 30 Quick Tips to Make You More Effective in Your Business” which is available at www.TheBookPatch.com. For more information on services visit www.YourVirtualAccountingOffi ce.com.


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Inspirations closing on high note


The economy and other factors are forcing the closure on Wed., Nov. 23 of Inspirations Christian Bookstore and Tea Shoppe in The Falls at Ocotillo in Southern Chandler.


However, a free holiday concert scheduled with percussionist Chillie Willie Groove will be held at 6:30 p.m. Fri., Nov. 18. There will be a sampling of complimentary desserts.


Meanwhile, a sale is on at Inspirations on retail items and fi xtures. Outstanding gift certifi cates or $10 rewards will be honored, but no new gift certifi cates or awards will be issued.


Inspirations is located at 1095 W. Queen Creek Rd., Suite 8, on the southeast corner at Alma School in Southern Chandler. For details, call 480-786-4521 or visit www.inspirationsaz.com.


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