"I've known and worked with Kim and Bookkeeper Girl for several years. Her work is of the highest quality. She delivers quality work on time at reasonable rates." KIM RAMEY CTA

Your credit is your #1 asset. Protecting it and staying organized is essential to being financially successful both personally and professionally. Your credit worthiness can be the determining factor for loans, rent, utilities, insurance, interest rates, benefits and employment. Those with low credit scores are missing opportunities to build wealth and potentially losing hundreds to thousands of dollars.

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Anyone can dispute things on their credit reports-- all consumers have that right; however most don’t know how to effectively dispute transactions for maximum results. The three credit reporting agencies receive thousands of disputes every day. Most of these are processed by a computer and software program that detects similar information to verify accounts. This is the only effective way agencies can handle the volume of disputes because Federal law requires a 30-45 day timeline to respond and close out disputes. If you hire a consumer credit repair company, they only dispute a few things a time to keep you in their programs for as long as you’re willing to pay.

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Meet Ashley Horner, the new Operations Director of Bookkeepergirl.com. She is the definition of a daring, focused, and diligent career woman. During her daily interactions at work, she has revealed a valuable character that is rare. Regardless of how demanding the goals may be, Ashley increases her concentration and energy to match the efforts required to accomplish the demands of a fast-paced office.

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A Year of Personal and Professional GrowthIt is hard for me to believe it has already been a year for Bookkeeper Girl, Inc.! This month we enjoyed a wonderful anniversary celebration with our clients and business acquaintances.As I reflect on the past year, I look back and smile at not only the growth the business has experienced, but the growth I have experienced as well. As a new small business owner, I have learned so much about life itself through daily operations, through wearing many different hats, and how structure adds a calm to your life.Having a year under my belt, I have a peace within me that I did not have a year ago. Although I continue to work hard, I have learned that sleep does matter and good planning allows time for s...

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Administrative assistant Yetka is familiar face across DentonIf you live or work in Denton, it’s a good bet that you’ve seen the smiling face of Colette Yetka on more than one occasion.It might be at a ribbon cutting for the Chamber of Commerce, where she serves as an ambassador, is a Leadership Denton Alumni and is a Denton Star for the Convention and Visitor’s Bureau. It might be at St. Mark Catholic Church, where she serves as a eucharistic minister and a lector, or serving on the board of directors of Interfaith Ministries. It might be at the Denton Kiwanis Club, where she recently served as president, or at the Denton Benefit League, where she is an active member. It might be ballroom dancing. Or it might be taking...

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CPA’s Strong Relationship with Bookkeeper GirlA West Texas native, McCleskey, his wife, Sheila, and their three teenage children have made the Denton area (Corinth) their home the past decade. For many years, McCleskey made his living in the field of agriculture. But he decided to sell his business, wondering, “What am I going to be when I grow up?” He decided on accounting. “I’ve always been interested in numbers and planning and the strategic side of things,” McCleskey said. Armed with a master’s degree in accounting from the University of Texas at Austin, he went to work. “And here we are,” McCleskey said.His hobbies include golf and aviation. His family is active in The Village Ch...

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Bookkeeper Girl Celebrates First Year of BusinesssFrom a modest beginning of working from an office in her home, to expanding to a two-office location in Denton with a branch office located in Dallas, the Bookkeeper Girl is celebrating her year of growth and success.In a show of appreciation for their support, Kim Pollard, president of Bookkeeper Girl, hosted an anniversary celebration on Oct. 27, for her clients, family, business associates and staff members.In another display of appreciation for their blessings, Kim and her husband, Scott, presented a check to The Shepherd’s Hand, a local charitable organization, during the anniversary celebration.“The staff did a lot of research before choosing this extremely worthwhile ca...

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The City of Denton is presenting the 2nd Annual “Neighborhood Empowerment Summit” on Saturday, October 16, 2010, from 8:30 a.m until 2:30 p.m. The summit will be held at the Denton Civic Center at 321 E. McKinney Street, Denton, Texas, 76201.The theme of the summit is “Transitions and Transformations: Result Focused Leadership”. The purpose is to provide training in four areas – leadership development, civic empowerment, community building, and neighborhood management.Topics include:. Building a Foundation for a Successful Community. Show Me the Money: Sustaining an Organization’s Financial Health. Planting Seeds: Growing Community Partnerships. Mentoring Our Youth: The City of Denton Police Department...

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Kim Pollard, owner of Bookkeeper Girl, Inc., and Libby Spears, owner of Bravo Communications and Consulting, are proud to serve as the co-chairs of a new initiative for women. The Denton Chamber of Commerce has partnered with the Texas Women’s University School of Management and Sally Beauty to provide women with the tools for professional and personal success including important resources, education/training and networking opportunities. The mission of Women in Commerce (WinC) is to “support the professional development of women to strengthen and enhance the Denton Chamber and community”. Also serving on the committee are: Alicia Brosey, Director of Membership Development and Programs for the Denton Chamber of Commerce...

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