Biz Buzz: March 27, 2014
CS Business Services, specializing in bookkeeping services for small companies, has just opened its doors.
“Our goal is to help fill the need that business owners have for day-to-day accounting in a highly professional manner,” said co-owner Sue Thorndill.
For business owners who don’t want or are unable to do the “day-to-day, nitty-gritty” business of keeping track, CS Business Services is there to help, Thorndill said.
Bookkeeping needed for payroll, accounts payable, accounts receivable, bank reconciliation, and reporting of sales, payroll, fuel, and use taxes are among the services CS is able to provide, she said.
Services are provided as needed.
“That could be twice a week to once a month,” Thorndill said.
The duo counts more than 30 years combined experience working with small businesses doing a variety of bookkeeping duties. Call (970) 260-6369 or (970) 250-1082 for more information.
■ Music Together in Palisade, located at 4th and Main streets, is now called Brittany’s Music Together, said Brittany Dunn, store director and teacher.
In addition to the name change, Dunn is providing a new way to do business that has a millennium of history to prove its viability.
“I am offering the option of trading instead of paying tuition,” Dunn said. “If you aren’t able to pay, please contact me about a trade of some sort.”
Every parent and child should have the opportunity to participate in the Music Together program, she said. The internationally recognized program in early childhood music education is used in classes all over the world.
“We’re so fortunate to have these high quality classes right here in Palisade,” Dunn said.
Call (970) 773-4637 for more information.
■ On every Tuesday in April, Chris Blackburn, owner of Pantuso’s Ristorante will donate a percentage of the restaurant’s sales to Hilltop’s Latimer House.
Blackburn and his family have been longtime supporters of Latimer House and its work with individuals affected by domestic violence and sexual assault.
“I’ve been overwhelmed by the community’s support of our business and I’m happy for the opportunity to give something back,” Blackburn said.
Pantuso’s Ristorante has been a Grand Junction institution since 1958. Located at the Clarion Inn on Horizon Drive, “We offer great food, personal service, and a warm family atmosphere,” he said.
Latimer House, a Hilltop program, provides emergency shelter, individual and group counseling, advocacy, children’s services and a 24-hour crisis line for victims of domestic violence and sexual assault in Mesa County, Blackburn said.
“For nearly 30 years, Latimer House has provided a safe, home-like environment, for women and children experiencing life threatening situations,” he said.
■ “Five Secrets To Unlock Your Magic Money Story” is a “leading-edge financial concept developed by spiritual coach Dana Stovern,” said Kathie Fingerson, owner of Healers of the Valley.
Stovern will be introducing the concept, Chakra Money Reading, at 2 p.m. April 5 at the Holiday Inn, 2751 Crossroads Boulevard.
“Dana provides the tools to build new patterns and let go of destructive money beliefs,” Fingerson said. “She’ll discuss how the subtleties of unconscious money stories affect the daily life and habits of our conscious money stories and how to transform both.”
Stovern shares five trends she has uncovered in working with clients during The Chakra Money Readings.
Creator of the readings, Stovern has practiced in Colorado as an intuitive for the past seven years, providing more than 1,200 client sessions. She lives in Paonia with her husband and their four-legged family. Call (970) 639-0819 for more information.