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We take care of the books, so you can take care of the business!

 

What are the differences between an accountant and a bookkeeper?

A bookkeeper records and classifies a company's daily financial transactions such as sales, payroll, payment of bills, etc. Their focus is on accurate record-keeping and less focused on interpreting the data and analytics. An accountant builds on the information that is provided to them by the bookkeeper and files the tax returns for the corporation.

Why is small business bookkeeping important?

If you want to know where your business is currently spending money, how much in taxes it will owe this year, and whether it qualifies for a loan, you need some form of bookkeeping.  Financial statements tell you and anyone interested in investing in your business how your company is doing, financially. And they’re impossible to assemble without accurate bookkeeping.

What are your service fees?

We provide on site and off site bookkeeping work. Our rates are $45 - $65 an hour and we also provide fixed fee for project based work. We provide free onsite assessments to get you an estimate on an expected fee for service. Please give us a call today to discuss an estimate for your scope of work.