It Saves You Time!
Instead of wasting your time, to fill out the proper financial forms and to manage your financial books, you could have already done it with a bookkeeper. Granted, it might not be in your best interest to hire a bookkeeper if your business is small with little room for costs and hassles, but as your company grows, and the amount of money you need to track becomes excessive, then that would be a good time to hire a bookkeeper.
But it’s better to hire the bookkeeper now than later, and here is why. Not only does it save you time, but your bookkeeper can have your books done in less than a few hours, keeping your financial sheets tidy during the confusing time of your company’s growth.
What could have taken you perhaps days to organize your numbers and to book your finances will take less time for your business if you had a bookkeeper hired to organize your financial books.
Saves You a Headache!
You might have taken it upon yourself to organize your finances. Let’s admit it, seeing all those numbers seems pretty confusing, and may even lead you to having a migraine or a headache.
Worst yet, you could be formulating your financial books incorrectly, and later down the road, the work you had committed to could in the end be useless or worse, could cause the IRS to do an audit and lead to fines and penalties.
Still, if you have recorded incorrectly your financial records, it’s going to take your bookkeeper you just hired even longer to get your books in order since they were not kept properly in the first place.
If you dread an audit from the IRS, just like every business does, you will want to make sure your financial books are recorded accurately from the time of your company’s inception, till your departure of it.
A Bookkeeper Will Leave You Feeling Comfortable!!!
Bookkeepers know more about your money than you probably do as a startup business. Bookkeepers, especially the skilled and experienced ones, can by far understand your company’s finances or see trends with your money that you might have not known otherwise.
Bookkeepers are a great commodity when you want to ask a few questions about your finances. They can talk to you about payroll, government remittances, monthly transactions and budgets to say the least.
Know that a bookkeeper and a CPA are two completely different types of accountants. A bookkeeper will make sure your daily/weekly/monthly tasks are recorded and reported formally. But a CPA will give you more in-depth analysis of your financial information because they are trained and more certified to accomplish such tasks.
Never the less a bookkeeper is capable to help your business understand key and major financial issues that may seem basic to an accountant, but unbeknownst and known to a generic manager or start up business owner.