You run your business.

We do your bookkeeping.

You’re a small business owner with lots to do. We’re professional bookkeepers with experience serving entrepreneurs.

Dedicated bookkeepers, just for you!! Real humans. Perfect books. your bookkeeping team imports bank statements, classifies transactions, and prepares financial statements for every month. All our bookkeepers work in-house and they respond promptly.

Data you can’t do without monthly financial statements and expense overviews keep you in control of your money. At-a-glance visual reports help you see the big picture and give you actionable insights to help you grow your business. You’ll never be in the dark again

Tax season, minus the stress. You’ll get a year-end financial package that contains all the info you need to file your taxes. We can work directly with you tax-preparer, or set you up with one we trust, to make sure your taxes are filed painlessly and on time. 

Small business owners are most of the time able to manage every part of their business when they first start out. But as the business grows, the need for accounting support is eminent and necessary.

Many are the business owners that got stuck in the tedious and overwhelming task of bookkeeping, consequently, they lose focus on the areas of the business where they can impact with their expertise and set of skills.

It is important for a business owner to be able to outsource for task that can interfere with their productivity, and bookkeeping is one of these tasks. But the question remains, when?

Here are some of the signs that you need to get yourself a bookkeeper!  

  1. Keeping books is driving you away from working on your business

Once you find yourself spending a large portion of your day or week keeping the financial records of the business and following up on other financial transactions, then it is time for you to employ or outsource bookkeeper service.

A bookkeeper can take on duties such as data entry, sorting business transactions, classifying business accounts, preparing comparative profit and loss, creating reports that help you take business decisions, preparing reports for tax time, etc. while you focus on the operating aspect of the business.

  1. You’re not keeping up to date with all the business transactions

Always keep in mind that paperwork and record keeping will grow along with your business growing.

Most small business owners are consumed with their daily task of getting clients and completing their jobs. More than often they procrastinate when it comes to have their records up-to-date. Very often they update their business records before tax season, and many times they present their unworked and out of date business records to their tax preparer or accountant at the beginning of tax time. To keep an updated business records will avoid financial trouble and will help you with business decisions, therefore, if you are falling behind on record keeping that is a sign you need a bookkeeping service

  1. When you doubt you are keeping the records correctly?

You can’t be an expert at everything, so if you are spending time looking at your books and wondering if they are accurate or correct, it’s time to bring in the expert — a bookkeeper.

Bookkeepers have knowledge and experience that will save a lot of hassle and give you more time to improve other areas of your business.

  1. Your tax and business obligations are getting complicated

It’s very important that your business complies with regulations and other requirements, but adhering to these obligations can become very time consuming.

You’ll need to keep up to date with changes — such as the continuing changes in federal tax law and update your business processes and records to meet your responsibilities. A qualified bookkeeper can save you all this time and ensure your business remains compliant.

  1. Your accountant is performing bookkeeping duties — but charging accountant fees

An accountant is more specially qualified than a bookkeeper and therefore will charge higher fees for their services. If you are using your accountant to update your financial records or prepare your business financial reports or other compliance requirements, you may be paying more than you have to. A good bookkeeper will be able to do all of these tasks at a lower price.

It is always difficult to identify the right time to bring in help for your business. At the first sign of an issue, do yourself a favor and seek out a good bookkeeper service.

Here are some of the duties you can expect from a bookkeeper!

  • Data Entry

Your bookkeeper will manage all your financial transactions by entering them into the system regularly and accurately, allocating them to the correct accounts in your accounting software, and producing weekly or monthly reports that provide useful information on your business performance.

  • Expense Tracking

All of your business expenses need to be recorded and reconciled to any purchase orders and receipts of delivery to ensure you are getting what you paid for. Your bookkeeper will carry out this role as well as enter any petty cash and credit card purchases into your accounting system. They can also monitor who is spending what and identify any potential excess expenditure.

  • Invoicing and Receipts

A key cash flow driver of every small business is collecting money from customers. A good bookkeeper will ensure invoices are sent promptly, follow up on late payments and manage all cash coming into the business. This role can often be the make or break of a small business.

  • Payroll

If you employ staff, payroll can become a large task. Paying your staff can involve checking timesheets, allocating any commission payable, calculating payroll tax and superannuation, and keeping accurate employee records including their bank account details. Of course, then the payroll needs to be processed through both the accounting system and the bank account. Having a bookkeeper will save you an enormous amount of time when meeting your payroll obligations.

  • Banking

Most online accounting software packages now link directly to business bank accounts. Your bookkeeper can download banking information directly into your accounting system and allocate payments and receipts into the system. Reconciling the bank transactions to your accounting system is important because you need to make sure all transactions are accounted for.

  • Financial Reporting

Finally, your bookkeeper will provide regular financial reports: profit and loss, balance sheet, budgets and cash flow forecasts that will give you all the information you need to improve the financial performance of your business. They will be able to guide you on what areas need improving, and those that are performing well that can be taken to the next level.

We offer full range bookkeeping service.

Our office serve a wide variety of client in need of bookkeeping service. We provide data entry, financial statement analysis,  payroll and payroll reporting like (941, State unemployment, Federal unemployment and sales tax reporting). All services are provided in a monthly basis and our clients can access financial reports like profit and loss and balance sheet for any needed period at any given time. To help you understand a bit more about accounting and bookkeeping click here and you can also have access to explore a powerful accounting and bookkeeping program like quickbooks.

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