Financial Data

When You Need It.

Your business is growing and you are struggling to keep up with the financial transactions generated by all this growth. You spend too much time working on accounting tasks when you need to be building the company.
 
You have someone helping you with the books. It’s not working as well as it used to. You are discovering more errors and you are not getting the information you need when you need it.  It shouldn’t be so hard. How is this going to work if the business continues to grow like this?

There is an alternative. Instead of hiring your own bookkeeper, why not rent a Virtual Bookkeeper?

A Virtual Bookkeeper adds

Immediate Value.

Outsourced bookkeeping services can add immediate value by freeing up your time and increasing the reliability of financial data. Trained bookkeepers using proven accounting software can process transactions more efficiently and accurately. These transactions are the financial input data you need to make more informed decisions.

Differences Between a Virtual and Traditional Bookkeeper

A Virtual Bookkeeper does all the things a traditional part time bookkeeper does. There are two primary differences between them. First, a Virtual Bookkeeper works remotely. The other difference is that a Virtual Controller is trained to use specific software and processes to manage financial transactions. Traditional bookkeepers tend to work on site and use the company’s current systems.

The table below notes some key differences between a Virtual Bookkeeper and traditional independent bookkeeper:

Virtual Bookkeeper

  • Works offsite
  • Does bookkeeping only
  • Uses widely available accounting software
  • Regularly trained in best practices
  • Usually part of a bookkeeping firm, has backup available

Traditional Bookkeeper

  • Works onsite
  • May perform other tasks, such as tax preparation or office management
  • May use proprietary systems
  • May not have regular training
  • Independent, has no backup