Benefits to using a Bookkeeper: No Overhead. No additional employee investment, (office space, furniture, computers etc), No employment taxes to calculate, You only pay for time actually worked! You don’t have to supervise to make sure the work is being done! You can relax, knowing that you have a highly qualified, trusted assistant working for you. You can focus on making your business grow! You must know where your income and revenue is coming from and where your money is going in order to know if your business is profitable. If you are losing money, bookkeeping will let you know how much and from where. You need to know which clients or customers owe you money, which ones pay you on time, and which ones pay late or not at all. This is important when deciding if you can safely extend credit terms to a particular client. If many of your customers pay bills late, you need to know how late so you can take action to collect from “problem” customers. You need to know where you are spending money. If you are spending too much in some areas, bookkeeping will clarify your expenditures and help you to develop a budget plan to save more and spend less. You need to know where you are spending money. If you are spending too much in some areas, bookkeeping will clarify your expenditures and help you to develop a plan to save more and spend less. What is the difference between a bookkeeper and an accountant? A bookkeeper handles the daily financial record keeping and reporting associated with the day-to-day financial responsibilities of a company. An accountant specializes in the preparation and filing of taxes. Having a good bookkeeper is just as important to the growing business as having a good accountant. We offer bookkeeping and payroll solutions that meet your business’s needs and enable you to spend more time doing what you do best – managing your business. We provide cost-effective solutions for users of QuickBooks financial software.