Hiring the right bookkeeper is an essential part to the success of your business. Your Bookkeeper is the person that handles all transactions in your business, the ins, and the outs. Here are a few signs of a great bookkeeper: 1. Great bookkeepers understand your industry and business process Your bookkeeper will take the time
As a small-business owner, tax time can be stressful, as you scurry to pull together all of your receipts and try to remember everything you did last year. By providing all of your financial information, you allow your accountant to provide you with the best service.
Small business owners and professionals are discovering that outsourcing your bookkeeping saves payroll, overhead cost and it is a giant step in freeing up valuable time. For many owners, just the effort of hiring, training, and managing a bookkeeper can take as much as 5 hours
To the small business owner who is juggling multiple roles on a daily basis, time is a precious commodity. What causes it to pass so quickly, and what can owners do to make sure they properly manage theirs?
Bookkeeping New company set up including Chart of Accounts. Payroll services (Including remittances, T4’s, ROE’s) Input transactions into the General Journal.
For some of you, record-keeping will consist of throwing receipts in a shoebox. Some additional, perhaps more organized options, include: