Nesha is the founder of Pai CPA, PLLC, an outsourced accounting firm in Charlotte, NC. Her mission is to provide a boutique, high touch service to small businesses as well as create flexible remote work careers for stay-at-home moms. The company's clients range from start-up to $10M in gross annual revenue.

Nesha and her team want to empower business owners to really understand their numbers so that they can truly know how much money is coming into their business, where it is going, and all of the things they can do with that information.

Pai CPA's customized accounting solutions help increase a company's profitability by improving efficiency of all accounting tasks such as bookkeeping, payroll, taxes, invoicing, and more.  When businesses have accurate and timely financial statements, they can make better decisions. We work well with CFO's and tax CPA's in order to get them solid data to be able to do their jobs efficiently and effectively.


The right accounting services can do everything from help a company scale successfully to poise the business for long term growth, especially for expansion.

Learn more by visiting the Pai CPA website.

Outsourced Accounting Services

We can act as your in-house

Accounting Department if you want to turn over the entire accounting function, or a portion of it, to a third party. 

This is beneficial for a growing business who doesn’t have the time or staff with the knowledge to handle the accounting and who wants to focus on growing their business. We know that handling the books is a pain point for a business owner and we are here to take the burden off of you.

Small Business Coaching

Nesha can have a one-one-one session with you to identify improvement areas in  your financial system and your business, as well as assist you on specific issues you are having related to them.

Financial System Assessment / Chart of Accounts Set Up

We can assist small businesses with setting up the right foundation for their accounting system by crafting a proper

coding system for all of their financial transactions (aka the Chart of Accounts) so that they make sure everything is classified correctly and to what will make sense in analyzing their business.