Year-end is fast approaching, as are the deadlines to get your forms filed with the government and supplied to your employees and vendors. Make sure to mark your calendars and get prepared to file on time to avoid IRS penalties.
When looking for a new fee accountant, it’s important to gather all necessary information from each prospective partner in order to select the company that best fits your needs. That all starts with drafting a request for proposal (RFP) that will highlight your needs and concerns that should be addressed in the completed RFP. A well composed RFP will lead to better proposals – giving you the ability to choose the partner that will best meet your needs.
While you’re managing your inventory, hiring and managing employees, perfecting customer service, developing your brand, and working in the trenches – who is balancing your books and cash flow? Without strong knowledge of finances and the ability to create and monitor a budget, you may be slowing killing your business.
As a provider of fee accounting services, we are regularly asked why a company would pay an outside business to help with their bookkeeping.
Are you falling behind on your books? Are you employees stressed out? If you see any of these five signs, you may want to look at hiring an outside bookkeeper.
If you’re searching for someone to help you keep track of your financial transactions, pay invoices, enter revenue, and keep your books balanced and on track – you’re in the market for a bookkeeper.