It’s tax season! Do you have confidence in the paperwork you’re about to submit to your accountant? Would you like a third party to review it first and help you get it organized? We’re here to help!
You need a bookkeeper you can trust who will come alongside and answer your questions. We’d like to share with you how we’ve helped others in our community. Links to our “client interview blogs” are included for your convenience. And to learn more about HRBiz owner, Lynn Talbott, click here.
Here’s one of the questions we asked our clients when we interviewed them: “How has our company helped you in your success?”
“It’s tough being a stickler for punctuation these days. One almost dare not get up in the mornings.” So says Lynn Truss, in her humorously informative book, Eats Shoots & Leaves: The Zero Tolerance Approach to Punctuation. Here at HR Business Solutions, we’re sticklers for tidy books, which is why we get excited about bookkeeping clients asking us to go through and make sure everything is correct (or that it gets corrected!).
If you’ve ever said to yourself, “I hate the details – but I know more or less what’s been done in my bank account this month” then we’d love to put all the P’s and Q’s in order for you so you’ll have an accurate picture of “the big picture.”
Here’s why meticulous bookkeeping is so important:
What’s the difference between an Accountant and a Bookkeeper? Entrepreneurs often confuse the roles of CPA’s (Certified Public Accountants), Accountants, and Bookkeepers, since many of their duties overlap.
For starters, they are all concerned with the financial performance of your company. Many small business owners operate as bookkeepers and employ an accountant for their taxes at years' end. But if bookkeeping is just not your idea of fun, what do you do?