Lovely Ledgers Bookkeeping

My name is Laura Underwood and I am a certified, virtual bookkeeper.

For over 25 years I worked in office management and bookkeeping.  This experience enables me to understand the unique challenges business owners face.

The challenges of running a successful business can be all consuming. Let's face it -bookkeeping isn't glamorous, and it sometimes is the last thing that gets your attention and yet it is absolutely vital in determining the health of your business.

By providing organized, detailed, and up to date financial information, you can have confidence your books are being monitored and managed.

Whether you are starting a new business, growing your business, your books are behind, or you just plain hate doing bookkeeping – I can help.


“Laura worked for our 3 salons for over 25 years. Her loyalty, honesty, efficiency and dependability are second to none. She is a pleasure to work with and I appreciated having her on my team all those years. Any business would be fortunate to work with her." Vasso Stamatakos (The Clip Shop Grand Salon & Day Spa)


What is a Virtual Bookkeeper?

Virtual bookkeeping allows a bookkeeper to work with clients all over the country instead of physically working at a client’s office.

Virtual bookkeepers do not require office space or supplies, and those working as contractors require no insurance, benefits or employment taxes which are a huge savings for the employer.

Virtual bookkeepers offer flexible availability and can work as little or as much as the business needs; this can be especially beneficial for small businesses that may not need a full-time on-site bookkeeper or whose financial services needs fluctuate.

What is this thing called the cloud?

The cloud is a platform to make data and software available anytime, anywhere, from any device.

If you want your business to work smarter and faster, cloud accounting software is for you.

You can be confident that you have an up-to-date picture of how your business is doing, no matter where you are.

Cloud security is world class.

You might be concerned about a cloud service provider storing your data. But the cloud is one of the most secure ways to store information.

In the event of a natural disaster or fire, being in the cloud means business productivity doesn’t need to be affected because there’s no downtime. All of your information is safely and securely stored off site. As long as you have access to any computer or mobile device connected to the internet, you’re back up and running.