Thanksgiving and Virtual Accounting and More

Thanksgiving is incomplete without pumpkin pie and giving of thanks.

Thanksgiving and Virtual Accounting and More

Thanksgiving and the presidents

Speaking of Thanksgiving, what kind of content creator misses the opportunity to wax poetic about a seasonal holiday? I mean, it is on the calendar and all, right? Pretty hard to miss a day that has been set aside by two very popular American presidents.

Two? you ask. Yep, two!

Thanksgiving and tradition

Then, of course there is all the jazz about food and family, food and football, food and festivities. Who would pass up the opportunity to grab some attention concerning one’s business and how it relates to turkey, stuffing, potatoes, gravy, dinner rolls, veggies, pumpkin pie and . . . uh, you know Pilgrims? Or, was that Puritans? 

Thanksgiving and content

Not to mention, there is all this talk about “evergreen content.” And, if you don’t happen to see this article until sometime in . . . say . . . I don’t know, maybe August of 2019 there is a very real possibility you won’t be all that enthralled about turning on the oven to cook up some fancy (and secret) accounting specialist’s audacious turkey recipe. Uh-huh! You know I’m right!

“So,” ye asks yourself, “how is she going to pull this one off? What is she going to do about the fact that the weekly blog post is scheduled to fall the day before Thanksgiving in the year 2018?” Read on, dear one, read on.

Thanksgiving and virtual accounting

We’ve already covered the “Thanksgiving and More” part of what this post is about. So, now we’re getting to the part about “Virtual Accounting.”

That is what we do.

We do the accounting for our clients in that all so important way – virtually.

And, if you’ve been around for a while, you may have seen or heard us mention that we have virtual morning meetings weekdays with our Schulte and Schulte team.

What you may not have known (until now) is that we open our meetings with prayer.

Yep, each morning one of us offers up a brief prayer. And, almost without exception the prayer begins with Thanksgiving. We thank God that we are part of a great accounting firm called Schulte and Schulte. Our thanks giving varies, yet it can include the means we have for meeting, our families and homes and so on. And, we often offer thanks for our vendors, or our clients, and the clients of our clients. Is that considered trickle-down praying? 🙏

Thanksgiving and our accounting clients

The gratefulness we have concerning our clients is part and parcel of who we are. If you are one of our clients, of if you’ve come across our radar as a potential client we give thanks for you, plus we ask for a blessing on you.

It is actually rather heady. We pray in gratitude for our chance to be a small part of the construction contracting industry. We watch how contractors shape the buildings, roads, bridges and more where we reside, work, shop, travel, heal, worship, and play and we are astonished by their accomplishments.

And, we are always thankful for our clients!

Schulte and Schulte is a virtual accounting firm which specializes in meeting the back office needs of  commercial construction subcontractors. From bookkeeping to company-wide systems building and a few things in between, we give our clients services that improve their businesses.

Plus, we are grateful for them and we pray for them. Want to learn more? Get in touch here.