Swamped by financial paperwork? From payroll and tax filing to invoicing and accounts payable, our experienced bookkeeping team are here to save you money, time and stress.
When it comes to running a successful business that can weather any storm, having an experienced bookkeeper on your side that understands your business is critical.
Whether accounting is your forte or not, handling your business’ finances can be a huge burden. Worrying about taxes, spending hours on bank reconciliation and chasing invoices is not time well spent for any business owner, especially if you’re trying to grow and scale your organisation.
What does a bookkeeper do?
A bookkeeper is responsible for some or all of a business’ accounts. Depending on how big the business is and the sales structure, a bookkeeper will look after all incoming and outgoing transactions, manage bank reconciliation, process expenses, manage payroll, look after invoicing, pay bills, prepare returns and make sure taxes are paid on time.
What’s the difference between bookkeeping and accounting?
Bookkeepers look after a business’ day-to-day finances, prepare accounts, and document daily financial transactions. Think of them as the financial pulse of your business.
Accountants, on the other hand, take the financial reports that the bookkeeper prepares and then analyses that data to give the business a detailed picture of their financial performance. They use these insights to give the business strategic advice and to help with tax planning. Find out more about our accounting services here.
Here’s the bookkeeping services we provide:
- Data entry
- Bank reconciliation
- Monthly reports
- Accounts receivable and accounts payable
- Tax filing
- Business processes