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Keeping local business books tidy

One of the most difficult aspects of starting and running a business in the Valley is keeping the business going and trying to manage the books at the same time. For those businesses that know all too well the feeling of anxiety that comes from trying to keep up with the books, help has arrived with the smiling form of Anne Reller, owner, and operator of AMR Bookkeeping Services.

Reller explained to the Tribune what brought her to Westcliffe: “After working in accounting for many years, in 2006 I made the decision to start AMR Bookkeeping Services. Four years ago, I started my search to find the best view from my office window. It took a while, but I finally found it here in Westcliffe. Aside from just the view, the town is wonderful.”
Reller has specialized in working with small businesses for over a decade and a half, and she is adding new clients in the Valley. “I thoroughly enjoy working with small business owners. From my experience a small business owner feels one of the following ways about their bookkeeping: first, asks for set up help and training and requests follow up and review. Second, thinks, ‘I can do this, how hard can it be?’ and then calls in six months for cleanup. Lastly, says, ‘I want nothing to do with this, please take the bookkeeping off my plate.’”

Her end goal is not only to keep the books in good working order, but to make sure that a CPA can easily use her information to prepare business tax returns.

Her services include, but are not limited to: bank reconciliations, general ledger reconciliations, accounts payable, accounts receivable and collections, 1099 processing, sales taxes, journal entries, financial reporting, and payroll.

For more information give Reller a call at 303-288-3630 or shoot an email over to You can also visit her website She would love to hear from you.

– Jordan Hedberg

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