What…your specialty isn’t accounting? If it were, you probably wouldn’t be reading this. We think it’s best that you focus on what you do well, and we’ll do the rest.

This is a list of what you likely need:

  • Accounting department assessment and training
  • Outsource bookkeeping, including bill payment and accounts receivable
  • QuickBooks® training and support
  • Financial statement preparation

Why Hire a Bookkeeper for Your Business?

Bookkeeping is a critical aspect of running a successful business. It involves the systematic recording, organizing, and managing of financial transactions, ensuring accurate and up-to-date financial records. While some small business owners attempt to handle their bookkeeping themselves, hiring a professional bookkeeper such as Capstone CPAs offers several advantages that can significantly benefit your business.

Expertise and Accuracy:
Bookkeepers are trained professionals who specialize in maintaining accurate financial records. They possess in-depth knowledge of accounting principles and bookkeeping practices, enabling them to perform their tasks with precision. By hiring a professional bookkeeper, you can ensure that your financial transactions are recorded correctly, reducing the risk of errors and discrepancies. This accuracy is crucial for making informed business decisions, preparing tax returns, and demonstrating financial transparency to stakeholders.

Time and Focus:
Bookkeeping is a time-consuming task that requires attention to detail. By outsourcing this responsibility to us, you free up valuable time that can be spent on core business activities. You don’t want to be bogged down in recording transactions and reconciling accounts; you can focus on growing your business, improving products or services, and building relationships with customers and suppliers. Delegating bookkeeping tasks to a professional allows you to work on what you do best while ensuring that your financial records are handled competently.

Compliance and Regulations:
Keeping up with financial regulations and compliance requirements can be challenging for business owners. Bookkeepers are well-versed in these regulations and can help ensure that your business remains compliant with tax laws, payroll requirements, and financial reporting standards. Professional bookkeepers stay updated with the latest changes in regulations, minimizing the risk of non-compliance penalties. Hiring a bookkeeper helps you avoid costly mistakes and ensures that your financial records are maintained in accordance with legal requirements.

Financial Analysis and Reporting:
Bookkeepers provide valuable insights into your business’s financial health. We can generate financial reports, such as income statements and balance sheets, that give you a comprehensive view of your business’s performance. These reports enable you to analyze your revenue, expenses, and profitability trends, allowing you to make informed decisions and implement strategies for growth. Bookkeepers can also identify areas of improvement and cost-saving opportunities by analyzing your financial data.

Business Growth and Support:
A bookkeeper can be a valuable asset in helping your business grow. We can assist with budgeting and cash flow management, helping you understand your financial position and make better financial decisions. By providing accurate and timely financial information, we will be able to support your business in securing loans or attracting investors. Our expertise and insights can contribute to your business’s overall success and sustainability.

Bookkeeping Services:

Accounts Payable and Receivable Management
This service involves recording and managing your business’s payables and receivables. Bookkeepers will record all invoices, bills, and receipts, ensuring that payments are made on time and accurately. They will also track customer payments, follow up on outstanding invoices, and reconcile accounts to maintain a clear picture of your cash flow.

Payroll Processing
Bookkeepers can handle all aspects of payroll processing, including calculating employee wages, deducting taxes and benefits, and generating pay stubs. They ensure that payroll is processed accurately and on time, reducing the risk of errors and ensuring compliance with tax and labor regulations.

Bank Reconciliation
Bank reconciliation involves comparing your business’s financial records with your bank statements to ensure they match. Bookkeepers will review and reconcile bank transactions, identify discrepancies, and resolve any issues. This process helps detect errors, fraudulent activities, and ensures the accuracy of your financial records.

Financial Statements Preparation
We can generate financial statements, including income statements, balance sheets, and cash flow statements. These statements provide a snapshot of your business’s financial performance and help you with business decisions.