Spend less time on paperwork and more time growing your business.
A bookkeeper ensures you’re 100% tax-compliant, so you avoid penalties and maximize deductions.
Peace of Mind
Having a professional handle on your day-to-day finances gives you confidence knowing they’re accurate.
Plan for Growth
Having a clear view of your business’ health allows you to make better financial decisions for the future.
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Why Use a Bookkeeper?
As your business grows, there’s only so long you can handle your own bookkeeping. Eventually it takes up more time than it’s worth, or worse, you fall behind and lose an accurate view of your cash flow. Bookkeepers keep that in check by providing accurate, up-to-date books at a fraction of the cost of an accountant. They’re like a co-pilot for your books.
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Frequently Asked Questions
What does a Bookkeeper actually do?
A bookkeeper reconciles accounts, categorizes daily transactions and expenses, and generates financial statements. They also ensure your books are accurate and 100% tax compliant.
Why should I use a Bookkeeper?
As your business grows bigger, your books require more work than just recording transactions. Bookkeeping services provide constant supervision reconciling accounts, preparing your books for investors and ensuring accuracy for tax time.
How can a Bookkeeper help my business?
For small business owners, time is money. Bookkeepers help you save both. They give you a transparent view of your business’ health, so you can make smarter financial decisions.
What’s the difference between a Bookkeeper and an Accountant?
Bookkeepers: Take care of the day-to-day financials. Bookkeepers post debits and credits, review general ledger for accuracy, categorize expenses and generate account statements.
Accountants: Take care of big picture financial planning. Accountants use the updated information provided by a bookkeeper to create financial models, analyze trends, prepare income taxes and provide advice for growth.
Can a Bookkeeper help with taxes?
A great bookkeeper ensures your books are 100% tax compliant, saving you time when it comes to filing taxes. They also make sure you don’t miss out on any possible deductions.
How big does my business have to be to use a Bookkeeper?
It doesn’t matter how big or small your business is. If you feel like you’re spending too much time on paperwork that you could be spending on growing your business, a bookkeeper is perfect for you.
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