Lee Davis and Company is a bookkeeping and consulting company that helps clients with their Quickbooks and the management of their businesses. Find out more about our services on this page.
“Lee did a great job simplifying the perceived overwhelm of my QuickBooks challenges.”
– Allison Millar
About Lee Davis and Company
Lee Davis and Company’s Story
Lee Davis and Company started out as a business consulting company about 16 years ago. But in its early years, Lee Davis and Company was a side project for Lee Davis. At the time, Lee worked full-time in healthcare management and consulting. It was during his time in healthcare that Lee discovered a love and skill for using Quickbooks.
After leaving his job as an administrator for an orthopedics practice, he decided to work full-time for himself at Lee Davis and Company. Now, however, Lee Davis and Company had something else to offer, Quickbooks.
Initially Lee helped clients exclusively with their QuickBooks, doing training and bookkeeping. But after about two years, he was offering management services, essentially managing multiple small businesses.
Our Founder at Lee Davis and Company
Early Love of Accounting
In high-school Lee recognized that he was interested in accounting, so he took accounting and business courses. After high-school, Lee was able to apply these skills while working for his dad, a local New Hampshire carpenter who restored old New England homes.
Putting the accounting to use:
After that, Lee continued to use his accounting background as a student, working for Hawthorn College Bookstore where he turned around a failing business into a thriving business.
Turning Around Failing Businesses
After graduating, Lee became an accounting supervisor at Havenwood Retirement Community. This was of short duration because at that time, Hawthorn College was experiencing financial difficulty and were looking for ways to bolster their financial health. Thus, they recruited Lee to run the Financial Aid department. In this position, Lee made a significant impact by helping to turn around the financial situation at the college.