You can do what you love to do, 

if you let us do what we love to do!

What we do:

At EDIC, we love completing and compiling financial data. It is our passion. We know that you started your business because you love what you do, too. 

The last thing most owners want to deal with when running a small business is accounting, but it is an essential aspect of your business. If your books aren't up-to-date, you don't know if you're making or losing money. You don't know what your most significant expenses are. You don't know where you could be saving money. 

Most importantly: You don't know how much money you have that you can use to grow! 

If you choose EDIC to complete your accounting, you will have the best personal service around. We want to help your business succeed.

To succeed, you need to know where your money is coming from and where it is going. You need access to up-to-date financial information to make business decisions daily, weekly, monthly, and annually. 

If you choose EDIC, you will have full access to your business financial statements and records whenever you need them. Our goal is to make sure you can make informed decisions on your business's growth, spending, and savings. 

Our Values:

We know that you value your financial data and would not trust it with just anyone. That is why we established these core values:


Experience is the first thing that we look for when searching for a person or company to complete a service for ourselves. It is even more so when that service has to do with personal and confidential information. We have over 15 years of accounting experience and tax preparation for several industries, four years of accounting and tax experience in the trucking industry, two years in payroll. 

Knowledge is the key factor in accounting. When dealing with banks, city, state, federal governments, and regulatory/taxing agencies, you must know how to compile the information, fill out and file forms correctly, and keep everything in order. Completing any of the numerous forms and filings incorrectly or failing to meet them by the due dates can cost you hours of wasted time and hundreds or thousands of dollars in fees. We provide you with this knowledge. We keep you up to date and filed on time. 


Accuracy is crucial in accounting. Inaccurate bookkeeping and tax reporting can lead to bad decision-making, mistakes in taxes, loan applications, and fines from Federal and State entities. We will make sure you have the most accurate and up-to-date information so you can make the best decisions for your company to avoid these issues.


Security is a top priority for us because we deal with your financial information. The last thing we want is for your financial information to become available to hackers and people with malicious intent. We use a multi-point encryption system, technological hardware barriers, and secure document handling procedures to keep all your information safe.


Meet the Owner

    Samara Ritter grew up in the accounting industry. She worked with her dad from a young age, and that experience formed a love of Accounting in her heart. Samara worked with her dad until he passed away in July 2009. After graduating with her Associate of Arts degree in Accounting in December 2009, she took some time to focus on her family but continued to offer her services to her dad's clients. 
   In 2017, Samara and her husband, Will, started their trucking company. Samara dispatched Will's loads and took care of the office administration duties, bookkeeping, and taxes for the company.

     In 2019, She decided it was time to open EDIC LLC and do what she loved. Unfortunately, the pandemic shut down the majority of the trucking company's customers in 2020, but, on the bright side, Samara could now focus her energy on her clients and helping them through the pandemic as well as she could.    

     She has gone back to college and will graduate with her Bachelor of Science in Accounting with honors (to date) in December 2022 from Regent University. Samara was inducted into the Sigma Beta Delta Honor Society on April 14, 2021. She will continue school and obtain her MBA by 2025.