Finally, a bookkeeper who understands online business.

I started my first online
business in 2004.

The number one reason new clients give me when they switch from old-school bookkeeping to Let’s Do the Books is, “I want to work with a bookkeeper who understands coaching.”

Yes, I get it. You’re looking for someone who knows what PayPal and Stripe are. Someone familiar with launches, masterminds, group coaching, retreats, memberships, ebooks, courses, freelancing, and productized services. Good news: that’s me.

I started my first online business in 2004. In the last sixteen-ish years I’ve made money using every one of the business models I listed above. I’ve built my business around coaches, creators, and freelancers.

I fell into bookkeeping in 2014.

Although I’d made money using all kinds of online business models, I’d never figured out how to manage that money. I went through some feast and famine, got in and out of debt, and finally sold my online businesses and limped away in early 2013.

I took a job working for You Need A Budget (aka YNAB, pronounced why-nab) — a personal budgeting company. While working at YNAB I started supporting a handful of coaches in their business finances.

The business grew through word of mouth, and within a year I was back on my own as a full-time money guy, working almost exclusively with coaches.

That’s why I understand you
and your business so well.

Let’s Do the Books was born out of my deep understanding of coaching businesses and my desire to help you you stay stress-free and focused on serving your clients.

I’ve supported coaches who are just getting started and others who are earning millions–and everyone in between.

Check out my services page to learn more.