Corey Swiftney had a simple idea for Triune Financial:
helping small businesses become successful. "Basically we are a small business, helping small businesses," he says.
Swiftney established his firm in 2011 after working for a decade in commercial banking, then as a comptroller at a foundry. Based on his experience he believed there were very few affordable resources for small business owners, especially those with 10 employees or less, to get help with their financial and accounting needs.
Highlighting financial, accounting, cash flow assistance "and really good record keeping" services, Swiftney says his firm works within a variety of industries but that contractors and small trade companies are an important niche for his business, as they tend not to have the resources for "comptroller level service" and can greatly benefit from outsourcing their financial management needs. "We help them not to worry about accounting, book keeping, payroll taxes and instead replace that time with what they do best," Swiftney says. "We provide expertise that a small business owner needs and deserves."
Swiftney say Triune Financial works on a fixed monthly charge which encourages ongoing collaboration with clients. The firm is currently a two-person operation but has a job opening for an administrative assistant.
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