Think Differently.

At Doerhoff & Associates you're not just another number. We work as a CPA business advisor to tailor solutions for real world impacts to your bottom line, so you can think differently about your business.

Jefferson City’s Business Advisors

We’re more than a business advisor. Our Founder Bert Doerhoff started our firm with one goal in mind, to provide a comprehensive approach to business advisor and accounting services. One of the most important assets of our firm is our staff. After years of searching the firm has assembled a team of caring, compassionate individuals with unique expertise to help every client achieve the goals they went into business to achieve. Business owners require a tailored approach to tax strategy, business growth advice and wealth building. We can help you plan and implement the tactics that will take your business growth and personal wealth to the next level.

Unique Approach

Our business advisor provides what the small business owner really wants and needs.   We offer a unique set of services that fill the gap and support the business owner. Some call it small business accounting, bookkeeping service, outsourced accounting, CFO services, income tax savings, Quickbooks help, etc.  We call it a unique customized package of services designed specifically for you and your business.

Let us provide you with more time to focus on the unique talent that convinced you to start your business in the first place.

CFO Services & Accounting

We provide day to day accounting and ongoing business strategy advice.

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Quickbooks Pro Advisor

As a Quickbooks Pro Advisor we unlock the full potential of Quickbooks for your business.

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Business Succession Planning

We guide you through the challenge of exiting or selling your business.

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Business Startup

As a business advisor we help you develop a firm financial foundation for your business.

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Every Business Needs a Budget

Every Business Needs a Budget. Here’s Why and How to Make the Best One.

By | Accounting Advice, Small Business Advice

Many business owners would rather do just about anything else instead of creating a budget. At the same time, they know how essential it is to reign in expenses and ensure that the company remains profitable. Setting priorities for the business is another important aspect of creating a budget. It lets all employees know with one glance which things are the most important things to spend money on as well as the things that can wait until cash flow improves….

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Financial Tips for Small Business Owners

Top Three Financial Tips for Small Business Owners

By | Accounting Advice, Small Business Advice

When you decided to start a business, you did so because you felt passionate about offering a unique product or service. It might have never occurred to you how much accounting and bookkeeping work you would need to do as well. Unfortunately, some new business owners become so overwhelmed by financial tasks that they ignore them or do them incorrectly. Not only can this lead to prompt business failure, it can cause tax problems with long-term implications.   Separate Your…

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Which Business Structure is Right for My Company?

Which Business Structure is Right for My Company?

By | Accounting Advice, Small Business Advice

It’s very important that you choose the right company structure when starting out in the business world. There can be a great many impacts on your company which are all devoutly derived from the structure that you choose to do business under. For instance, your taxes will be strongly affected, your ability to raise money for the company will be affected, and if you happen to be sued, company structure will have strong implications there also. In order to make…

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Key Questions to Ask Any Prospective Employee

Key Questions to Ask Any Prospective Employee

By | Small Business Advice

There are a number of great questions you can ask a prospective employee, and there are number of not-so-great questions as well. The kind of questions you should avoid as an interviewer are those which permit a one-word response, such as ‘yes’ or ‘no’. This tells you very little about the candidate, and forces you to ask a lot more questions in order to find out anything relevant. On the other hand, questions which are far more useful are those…

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5 Business Tips You'll Be Glad You Learned Sooner Rather Than

5 Business Tips You’ll Be Glad You Learned Sooner Rather Than Later

By | Small Business Advice

Most small business owners have some regrets about how they tried to get established, and the approach they used to achieve business growth. In some cases, goals and objectives fall by the wayside as an owner becomes overwhelmed by the day-to-requirements of conducting business, and as a result, you can slip into the trap of simply reacting to circumstances as they arise. Here are some recommendations on how to avoid this common business pitfall.   Don’t compare yourself to rivals…

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5 Ways to Make Your Business Better by Outsourcing

5 Ways to Make Your Business Better by Outsourcing

By | Small Business Advice

If you’ve never seriously considered it, there are some significant advantages to outsourcing. Most types of businesses would benefit a great deal by at least some level of outsourcing. For starters, you can maintain much better control of your operational expenses, you can achieve greater continuity and predictability for your business, you can manage risks better, and you can even improve the balance between your work life and your home life. In most cases, you’ll also find that it costs…

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