The Bookkeeping Professionals
Located in central Vermont, we specialize in a variety of bookkeeping services while also providing outstanding client support. We understand how busy you are, and with our expertise we can take care of your bookkeeping needs quickly and effectively.
At 802 Green Mountain Bookkeeping, LLC, we are equipped to handle the books for you, allowing you the time to focus on managing and growing your business or organization.
Budgeting & Reporting
Even with 24 hour online access available, we offer assistance in preparing for annual budget presentation as well as regular monthly and quarterly reports. Whether preparing your taxes, the annual board meeting, establishing a budget, or forecasting your next capital investment, we can help.
Seemingly simple, incredibly time-consuming, we can create the invoices, process deposits, print checks, pay bills and ensure that it matches with your bank statements every month. Overwhelmed by the sheer volume of transactions? We can take of the heavy lifting by creating better systems and improving efficiencies.
Heather Pipino began bookkeeping out of necessity when she co-owned a restaurant in Montpelier and discovered she had a natural talent for balancing the books and building the perfect spreadsheet.
These strengths were sharpened through courses at Woodbury College, financial management workshops and trainings, and one-one-one coaching support from FMA (Financial Management Association International).
Now, with over 20 years experience, she provides bookkeeping services to nonprofit organizations, religious organizations, and labor unions— with expertise in payroll administration, donation processing, federal grant management, investment / endowment tracking, and financial planning and performance reporting.
In her spare time, Heather serves on the board of the Barre Historical Society - Old Labor Hall and enjoys weaving on her circa 1850’s barn loom.
Philip Stevens learned bookkeeping skills as the general manager of a local restaurant and later became a bookkeeping consultant for a neighbor who had a home insulation business with two employees.
Although pursuing other career avenues over the years, Phillip has continued to build a small list of bookkeeping clients, including non-profits, home-owner’s associations (HOA’s), and small businesses. He supports clients with their payroll processing, bank reconciliation, budget creation and management, and financial planning.
After spending the 2017 tax season embedded in a local CPA firm, Philip plans to offer tax preparation services as an enrolled agent in the coming year.
Outside the world of numbers and tax law, Philip can be found in a kayak, a motorcycle garage, or, under the most perfect of conditions, sliding down a mountain.