“More people should learn to tell their dollars where to go instead of asking them where they went.”
Roger W Babson
Bookkeeping isn’t just a necessary expense. It’s an investment in your business. Here are five ways the good bookkeeper can actually save you money:
You are not a professional bookkeeper. Managing your bookkeeping will take you considerably longer than it will for me. Take the time you would spend struggling with your books and use it to get new customers or service existing ones and you’ll be ahead of the game.
Don’t give your money to the tax man. I know exactly when HST and other taxes are due. I will ensure your taxes get paid on time eliminating those pesky late fees.
You can also save money on other late fees. Many vendors and suppliers charge late fees. When I take over your bookkeeping I can ensure all your bills are paid in a timely fashion.
Saving money with your accountant. You pay your accountant a higher the hourly rate in you paying me. You don’t want your accountant looking for receipts, entering data or making corrections in bookkeeping. When I do your books your accountant can more quickly and easily prepare your taxes.
Reduced employee expenses. Because you hire me on an as needed basis, you only pay for work I actually do. And because I’m not an employee of your business you don’t pay payroll taxes for me.
These are just some of the ways a professional bookkeeper can save you money. If you have any questions or think you might be ready to let someone else manager bookkeeping give me a call. Agnes Martin: 519-270-3112