Jemel SmithFounder & CEO
- Preparatory Tax Planning
- IRS Problem Resolution
- Profit & Growth Cultivation
- Accounting Systems Administration
- Advanced QuickBooks ProAdvisor
- Certified Sleeter Group Consultant
- Premier Intuit Reseller
- Certified Profit First Professional
- And so much more!
Jemel Smith is the President and Managing Partner of Bottom Line Tax Services, LLC. As a business professional, my work experience spans almost ten years. I’ve had the privilege to obtain a rich and varied experience by servicing companies ranging from the small mom and pop storefront to mid market companies. The breadth of coverage includes clients in retail, wholesale, manufacturing, real estate, construction, and service industries.
Bottom Line Tax Services, LLC offer its clients a wide range of services in addition to accounting and tax preparation. Other areas of expertise include business consulting, financial forecasting and projections, and QuickBooks setup and training services, to name just a few.
Bottom Line Tax Services, LLC’s mission is to strengthen your business with financial and technology solutions. He strives to bring the same attention, quality, and problem solving skills to small and medium sized organizations as are enjoyed by large corporate clients.
Before starting Bottom Line Tax Services, Jemel spent 5 years managing a variety tax preparation firms including H & R Block and Liberty Tax.
Despite his busy career, Jemel makes time to be involved with community and professional organizations. Most notable, he is an Ambassador of the Carroll County Chamber of Commerce and the National Association of Tax Professionals.
Jemel Smith lives in Atlanta with his wife and their daughter. When not working, Jemel likes to play sports. He is also a Boston sports fanatic. Jemel can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org
“I wanted to take a moment to thank Jemel Smith for the tremendous support you have been throughout. I am happy with the personal relationship that I feel we have developed along the way, but it is your professional support that has been invaluable…
James P. Bierley, Caney Creek Home Improvement
“Through a series of dank smart business decisions, and adding his financial expertise to our financial management systems, Jemel helped take one of our ailing franchises from a $40,000 loss to a $35,000 profit in a single year. That’s well beyond ‘accounting’ services. That’s ‘business-saving’ services.
Anonymous Executive, Goin’ Postal Yall
Do you know your company’s key performance indicators? Do you rely on them as a basis for action? How often do you review your key financial metrics? Are your key business processes recorded in writing? If your current accountant isn’t asking you these questions and more, then what else do you think you might be missing? Most accountants do a good job of recording the history you give them. Jemel believes his job is to help you write your company’s own history.
Contact or call Bottom Line today for a complimentary Business Checkup with Jemel Smith. He can measure the current status of your business with a powerful 10-point checkup, interpret the results, and use them to establish benchmarks. He will then diagnose specific areas for improvement. If for some reason your appointment doesn’t leave you energized and amazed, Jemel will donate $50 to your favorite charity. It’s a win for everybody! Call today!
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