Posts Tagged “outsourced bookkeeping”

To Do or Not to Do Your Own Bookkeeping

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A very qualified CPA, one that would be on my shortlist to call should I ever get a letter from the IRS, once said, “any small business owner should handle their own bookkeeping, because it’s easy.” Sure it is, IF YOU ARE AN ACCOUNTANT! He just didn’t’ get it. Just who are these owners? Are […]Read More

The Best of Both Worlds? A Local/Virtual Bookkeeping Service

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Many small- to medium-sized businesses outsource their bookkeeping. It only makes sense: you save time and money, while getting regular, accurate, up-to-date financial reports that help you make smart business decisions. For a long time, the best outsourced bookkeeping choice was a local firm near your business, that you could conveniently visit as needed. Cloud-based […]Read More

Get a Free Consultation with One of Cincinnati’s Top Bookkeeping Companies

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Many small-to-medium businesses do their own bookkeeping, but find it a hassle and have a hard time keeping up with daily recordkeeping. A free bookkeeping consultation with BookwerksTM can help you determine whether using an outside firm is right for you at this time. How BookwerksTM Can Help Bookkeeping is the practice of tracking financial […]Read More

Is Hiring an Outside Bookkeeping Service a Good Investment?

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What tasks do you perform for your business that give you the most return on your investment? Is bookkeeping one of them? Doubtful. Sure, you need up-to-date, accurate numbers so you know how you’re performing, but in and of itself, keeping the books does not generate any income. What if you could outsource this job to […]Read More

Should you Hire a Bookkeeper or Keep it In-House?

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Bookkeepers typically do the following tasks: Enter financial transactions into computer software Put costs (debits) and income (credits) into the software, assigning each to the right account Produce regular balance sheets (costs vs. income), income statements (assets, liabilities and equity), and totals by account Check for accuracy in figures, entries and reports Reconcile any discrepancies […]Read More