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We are now Plumb.   Learn More.

At Plumb, we support and strengthen companies’ accounting departments and the management team by providing staff accountants to Controller and CFO-level services. With outsourced accounting services, you spend more time working on your business and less time working in your business.

How We Work

Based on our business accounting experience of working with more than 800 companies, Plumb has developed a 7-Step Process to help our clients succeed by applying the actions of:

We become an extension of your management team

Plumb has the capability and experience to fully outsource your internal accounting functions from basic bookkeeping services and data entry to CFO-level strategy and expertise. We engage directly with your team to provide cost-effective and scalable outsourced accounting services. We can work either virtually or onsite and have the staff and technology to ensure dependability and flexibility.

Cost-Effective Accounting Solutions

We are dedicated to supporting small to mid-size business growth in Southern California through effective and scalable
accounting solutions. Our outsourced accounting team has expertise across a variety of industries and software applications.
Plumb has the capability and experience to fully outsource your internal accounting functions from basic bookkeeping to
payroll, project work, to CFO-level strategy and expertise. We work with clients on monthly fixed-fees or hourly rates.

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What Plumb Clients are Saying...

“AG has become an intergral part of my management team. From filing for a leave of
absence to assisting with software conversion, I have used and will continue to use Plumb for
all my outsourced accounting needs.”

- President, Construction Company

“We’ve never received better financial information as we do now with Plumb”

- Owner, Franchise Restaurant

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