Day-to-Day TransactionsWhen your company is making sales, stocking inventory, and fulfilling needs for your customers, the last thing you want to have to deal with is keeping track of the financials at the same time. This is where a qualified bookkeeper comes in. They can not only tell you how much you are making each month, but where your money is going and where you need to focus your attention to keep things running smoothly.
Producing Monthly Financial StatementsYour bookkeeper will import bank statements, categorize transactions and prepare financial statements every month. All of this equals more time for you, as well as data overviews that help you run your business more efficiently. This big picture approach gives you insight as to what actions to take to grow your business.
All the Small ThingsThis is where a bookkeeper shines. While maintaining your financial records, they also pay the bills, create and send customer invoices, collect past due accounts, reconcile bank and credit card accounts, maintain vendors of account payables and support outside CFO/controllers. There is no denying that this is a lot of work for a small business owner to handle on their own. It’s a full job all in itself. When running your business, anything that you can delegate to a trusted, professional bookkeeper will free you up to do what you start a business for in the first place. If you are looking for booking services, talk to Better Accounting and see how we can help you.
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