Accounting ● Bookkeeping ● Tax ● M&A Brokerage Services
With over 20 years of experience serving the pest management industry, we have the expertise and know-how to help you manage your financial information for growth and profitability.
PCO Bookkeepers offers customized services ranging from bookkeeping to expert CFO consulting. We work with hundreds of the most successful and largest pest control management business owners throughout the United States.
We help you configure your company for success, focusing on developing and maintaining healthy, accurate operational systems that enable your business to grow.
PCO Bookkeepers Pest Industry Insights:
Behind the Numbers – A Guide to The Pest Industry’s Operating & Financial Benchmarks
View this study, including data from more than 150 pest management firms, and gain an inside look into employee, operational and financial KPIs that keep pest firms growing and profitable.
Grupo Sasti acquires Ezsa
Grupo Sasti, an environmental services company backed by Swiss private equity firm Ufenau Capital Partners, acquired a major stake in Ezra, a pest control…
New Podcast from PCO Bookkeepers and Coalmarch
Join “PMP Industry Insiders” podcast hosts Donnie Shelton (Coalmarch, Triangle Pest Control) and Pest Management Professional Financial….
My Take: A Pest Control Industry M&A Update
What’s going on with M&A in the marketplace? Is Rollins really selling? Or is it all related to taxes? Here are my thoughts and what it all means to your…
Best practices for managing your debt load
Debt is a tool that can be used to help facilitate growth, but often, it can be mismanaged. Purchasing vehicles, equipment, inventory, etc…
Certus Enters California With Acquisition of Rodent Pest Technologies
Rodent Pest Technologies was founded over 27 years ago by Angelo Tomiselli Jr., and it serves the Southern California market. The transaction…
Bank debt financing is easier as an LLC
For the most part, an S corporation (S Corp, also known as an S subchapter) and a limited liability company (LLC) are treated the same. Both are…