Polymath is really future focused. They are really on the bleeding edge of the technology for their field, which is impressive for such a small company. At first I was confused, thinking that these gals do so much more than bookkeeping. The bookkeeping title is almost a handicap, it downplays their value so much. They are literally changing the definition of what it means to be a bookkeeper. When it comes to accounting, Polymath is about as far from old-school as you can get. I love the clarity of the Profit First Structure. It is such a relief from the worry that our funds won’t last long term, especially with taxes. Having that level of an organization system and someone to help me manage it brings me great peace.
Ingrid Edstrom is the Priestess of Profits at the award winning bookkeeping firm, Polymath LLC. She has been recognized as one of the accounting profession’s Top 40 Under 40, Most Powerful Women in Accounting, and the 2017 Top “Up-N-Comer” ProAdvisor. She is a certified FICB (Fellow member – Institute for Certified Bookkeepers), and she has been instrumental in establishing the ICB in the United States, including launching their new webinar series. Ingrid is the creator the AskABookkeeper.com online education series, a member of the Intuit Trainer/Writer Network, and leader of the Southern Oregon Woodard Group. When Ingrid is not teaching or playing her favorite video game (QuickBooks!), she is usually playing Irish music or frolicking with her goats.