Helping Small & Emerging Organizations Grow & Prosper

On Track has helped well over 150 emerging and established small businesses and organizations throughout Northern California, Oregon and Washington. Our diverse clients include sole proprietors and corporations, both for-profit and non-profit.

QuickBooks is our accounting software package of choice, but we’ve also had extensive experience with Peachtree, Mas90, Accpac Plus, M.Y.O.B and other accounting software.

We’re proficient in both Windows and Mac operating systems, and specialize in solutions for the Macintosh cross-platform operating systems.

On Track has extensive experience with eCommerce, internet portals, merchant services and shopping carts.

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Some of our Services

  • Small Business Accounting
  • Offsite Bookkeeping
  • Full multi-state Payroll Services
  • Bank Reconciliation
  • Accounts Receivable / Accounts Payable
  • Bookkeeping Clean Up
  • Direct Deposit for employees
  • Electronic tax payment services
  • Income Statement, Balance Sheet, General Ledger
  • Customized Reporting
  • Time & Billing Setup
  • Database Management (FileMaker, etc.)
  • Daily Money Management
  • eCommerce analysis and management (Shopify,, etc.)

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Organizations we Serve

  • Non-Profit Organizations
  • Filmmakers & Artists
  • Professional Corporations
  • Consultants
  • Restaurants
  • Membership Organizations
  • Sustainable Business Community
  • Alternative healing & medical practitioners
  • e-Commerce: wholesale & retail
  • Franchises
  • Attorneys & CPA Firms
  • Retail Stores

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Why choose On Track?

  • 30+ Years of successful business and accounting
  • On Track is the ideal connection between you and your CPA

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  • 29 Years of computer experience
  • Windows proficient and Mac expert
  • Best rates in town


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Reporting Income for Tax Purposes

A very good rule of thumb to follow is to always, always report all of your income.  Not reporting income can be construed as fraud.  Fraud comes with big penalties and possible jail time.

There’s more leeway on how you report expenses.  In most cases, over-reporting expenses results in penalties and interest only.  It’s not considered fraud.

So, when in doubt if something is business income or not, report it as income.  Then, make sure you’ve taken all allowed expenses against that income.

This one simple tip can save you tremendous amounts of money and grief in the event of an audit.

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