You focus on growing your business. We will do your bookkeeping.
If you have your own business, you will probably realize how important it is to keep records and books in good shape. Your ability to do so affects how you receive payments, how you pay your debts, if taxes are paid on time and filed correctly, and ultimately the stability of your business. While hiring someone else to keep your books may seem like a questionable move, you may find that doing so may be the single most economical decision you could make. Here’s why….
Freeing Up Your Time
Bookkeeping takes time. And I mean Lots of it. If you do it yourself, you may find you’re cutting into time that you could have spent on other core business activities like acquiring customers or clients, selling your products or services, or executing your business goals.
Let’s face it: not everybody enjoys bookkeeping itself. You may find that you’re spending countless hours on evenings or weekends at home. Have you ever been working on your books only to realize your spouse or kids are waiting patiently – or not so patiently – in the next room for some quality family time? Or maybe your friends are off enjoying a concert or sports activity without you?
Hiring a bookkeeper can free up your time that allows you to concentrate on your business, your family, and your friends. Your business acumen will stay sharper in the office. You can even maximize the profit you keep by allowing a dedicated bookkeeper to better organize your finances. Overall, you’ll be happier and stress-free, and you may very well see the success of your business rise as a result.
The Technology Advantage
The more your business grows, the more complex your bookkeeping may become. Eventually, you may reach a point where your old way of keeping the books no longer makes sense. You need more advanced technologies in the form of complex bookkeeping software to keep you on top of it. The problem is, that software can be very expensive.
When you hire a bookkeeper, you’re also hiring access to advanced technology. Accounting firms foot the bill for the most up-to-date software available on the market. They have to because that’s their business. Moreover, such technologies can support all kinds of business integration tools that make you work more efficiently, save you money and help grow your business more sensibly.
Small businesses must take into account risk. In fact, when margins are small, one accounting error can have a huge impact on income, tax bills or client/customer satisfaction. It is important that you minimize errors as much as possible to keep your business stable.
Third-party bookkeepers are trained to be careful and accurate. They see your ledgers with fresh eyes. They are also better able to spot issues or trends that might indicate problems in your accounting methods or business model.
Synergic can help. We combine cloud-based bookkeeping solutions with dedicated bookkeepers to help small businesses every step of the way.
Our bookkeepers understand your individual businesses and gives you personalized attention. Meanwhile, QuickBooks allows you to easily sync your bank accounts, send invoices, generate financial reports and upload important business documents.
It’s simple. It’s mobile. And it can keep you and your business heading in the right direction.