Not so long ago, accounting software programs were located on the business owner’s own private computer, or a private server within the company. This allowed employees within the same physical location access to the accounting software. But this access was limited, and not useful when the business added locations and/or needed to give outsiders access […]Read More
Thinking of taking your bookkeeping offsite? For most businesses, particularly small businesses, that is a great idea. You will save time and money, sleep easier knowing your financial records are in order, and always have the information needed to make sound business decisions at your fingertips. There may be a lot of options in your […]Read More
In order to succeed in business, you need to keep a tight rein on your money. You need to know who your best clients are, and what categories are eating away at your profits. Come tax-time, you need to have accurate records to make sure you pay the proper amount of tax. Staying Abreast of […]Read More
Is There an Affordable CPA Bookkeeper in Your Area?
Knowing your financial position at all times is critical in small business. Many owners do bookkeeping and accounting themselves, but is that a smart decision in your case? What is it costing you in time to operate this way? Often an outsourced local bookkeeper or CPA is less expensive. This usually saves time as well, and you get more accurate information when you use a professional bookkeeping partner. They let you focus your energy and attention on tasks that lead to business growth. Bookkeeping firms like BookWerksTM use standard accounting methods to keep track of daily income and expenses, reconcile bank and credit card statements, and keep updated with monthly reports such as balance sheets, P&L statements and income statements. Accountants or CPAs are more big-picture–and usually more expensive–offering tax and advisory services. Your accountant will prevent tax errors and resulting audits.