Businesses, regardless of size will at some point require bookkeeping services. All business owners would have come across the term “bookkeeping” a number of times. From the very first instance, a business opens its doors and collects its very first dollar, the role of a bookkeeper would generally commence. Advisors, partners, and other well-meaning associates would have undoubtedly recommended and suggested bookkeeping services to help keep a company’s books and finances on track. Bookkeepers help produce financial records that give businesses accurate information about its financial activities. These records are critical to the future success of any business.
Generally, the bookkeeping service proposes a three-tiered approach to developing and maintaining the overall financial processes and management. The first tier is made up of the accounting software specialist, who tailors data to the specific needs pertaining to the business. Access to the software and reports will be accordingly provided.
The next tier is the full-charge bookkeeper. The basic roles and responsibilities of a bookkeeper are pretty straightforward: to track payables and receivables and help keep the business’s financial transactions documented. A full-charge bookkeeper can also manage payroll, handle deposits, create and maintain monthly financial reports, manage the ever-changing world of sales taxes as well as quarterly taxes and withholding.
Bookkeepers also reconcile bank statements to internal accounts and come in very handy during an internal or IRS audit. Between the accounting specialist and the full charge bookkeeper, there will be the need to create a set of checks and balances for the business.
Scrutiny and analysis of individual department spending will be carried out by the bookkeeper. This is where the third tier of bookkeeping comes into play– the controller. The controller increases the company’s overall financial accountability and checks and balances. A controller reviews the bookkeeper’s ledger for accuracy while also maintaining the integrity of the accounting data file in the future so that adjustments can’t be made without approval.
The underlying structure bookkeeping services apply is what really makes will eventually make a difference in the end, regardless of their primary objective of ensuring the financial health of a business. Bookkeeping services implement—and sustain—an unswerving financial process that strengthens the health of a business and facilitates creating and encouraging uniformity in tracking, paying, and reporting. The significance of this is immeasurable as it insulates a business from many costly and dangerous risks.
Another major benefit of the bookkeeping process comes into play when the bookkeeper coordinates with the management of the business in order to sanction purchases and gather expense reports. This activity requires extreme organizational, management math and interpersonal skills.
Bookkeepers also reduce the overall expenses of a business. Besides ensuring that the books are maintained properly they also help keep a close eye on waste and mismanagement of supplies and inventory. All these benefits come along with the extra time the business can save since internal resources will no longer need to try and perform these tasks.
Though there’s no doubt that a bookkeeping service can save a business both time and money, it must also be noted that the processes and consistency introduced by the service offered can increase the longevity and efficiency of a given business, rendering the organization profitable for decades to come.
We at Velan are equipped with skilled accountants possessing over a minimum of 7 years of experience in the domain of bookkeeping. Available round the clock at your disposal, we cater to services with the utmost sensitivity and sensibility that the work demands. With encomiums and testimonials speaking for themselves, one needn’t think twice before calling us. Our prices are highly competitive and guarantee international standards in terms of delivery. We cost less than an in-house accountant’s salary exclusive of his paid vacations, incentives, and bonuses. Some of the services we provide are listed below:
- Bank Reconciliation
- Statement of Assets and Liabilities
- Accounts Receivable and Payable
- P & L Statements
- Payroll Services
- Tax Preparation
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