Lily Rose Numbers manages the books so you can focus on your business’ success.
Lily Rose Numbers is a virtual bookkeeping service that specializes in small to mid-sized businesses.
We offer as needed bookkeeping services, such as reviewing transactions, bank reconciliations, monthly and annual reports, and budgeting.Tell Me More
We offer QuickBooks, bank feeds and payroll setup, as well as training.Tell Me More
With more than fifteen years’ experience in both Desktop and Online QuickBooks and business bookkeeping, we are the right choice for your business. We are a full service virtual accounting firm that offers QuickBooks setup, reviewing transactions and QuickBooks files, bank feeds setup, payroll setup, bank reconciliations, create monthly and annual reports, budgeting, as well as training.
Lily Rose Numbers was started to help businesses with their monthly bookkeeping needs and QuickBooks issues. Our goal is to give the business owner peace of mind that their business success is my success.
Lily Rose Numbers was named after a special Cocker Spaniel who was an integral part of the Dieckhaus family. She was a bookkeeping companion and would sit on Cathy’s lap when she was working on accounts late into the night and loved to visit with an occasional client or two.
Cathy Dieckhaus, founder of Lily Rose Numbers, is a certified QuickBooks Pro Advisor who currently lives in Tampa, FL with her husband and two Cocker Spaniels, Susie and Champ. She has three amazing grown daughters and one beautiful new granddaughter.
We’ve helped more than 50 businesses to better manage their finances without having to staff a full time Accountant.
“I am a self taught Quickbooks user. I set up direct deposit for the first time for employees and created quite a mess trying to do it myself. Cathy was able to remotely help me clean up and set it up correctly. I am going to her do a Quickbooks ‘clean up’ to get everything where is should be.”
“Lily Rose helped us achieve growth that wasn’t possible before by giving us time to focus on new business instead of accounting.”