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Why Do I Need a Bookkeeper?
Chances are, if you have a business, you or one of your employees handles the company's books. If you have an untrained bookkeeper handling your finances, your company may be unknowingly falling into some bad bookkeeping habits. If you do have a bookkeeper on your staff, that may be a large expense for your company. With business owners doing everything they can to minimize extra, or unnecessary, costs, let us help you with your Bookkeeping needs!
Benefits to using a Virtual Bookkeeper
You will be given one point of contact, yet you are gaining the support of an entire team. The benefit to this is that you effectively eliminate "putting all of your eggs in one basket." You won't have to worry about missing deadlines, incorrect postings, or numbers just somehow not adding up. We can ensure that our bookkeepers can provide top quality work for your company. Don't wait another day to feel the weight lifted off of your shoulders. Get started today!
Hiring a remote bookkeeper could alleviate concerns about excessive office fraternization. Our employees are chosen and trained to follow honorable guidelines, and we have every confidence in the individuals that you will be paired with.
After the shock to businesses in early 2020, we have all seen how unexpected events can affect every single part of our business. You may be trying to think of ways to not be caught off guard in other unprecedented future events. If so, making the switch to using remote workers for jobs that can be easily outsourced could be one way to alleviate that stress.
Cost Savings. You decide how many or how few responsibilities your Virtual Bookkeeper will have. You can choose the amount of time you want your Virtual Bookkeeper to dedicate to your business, and pay them only for the work they are doing for you. You won't have to pay another employee salary, and worry about all of the secondary overhead that comes with that. See below for more detailed information about cost saving through our Virtual Bookkeepers.
Maintain Business Accounts
Accounts Payables/Accounts Receivables
Verify, Allocate, and Post Transactions
According to ZipRecruiter, the Average National Salary for a Bookkeeper is $40,000 per year. However, an employee's salary is not all that an employer must consider. That's right, employers must take into account an employees overhead.
Also - are you sure your full or part-time employee is working every minute of the day? Our team bills to the minute to ensure there is no 'down-time' payments being made.
What is overhead?
There are many factors that tack on added expenses to an employee's salary. Factors such as location can single handedly increase the base expected salary for a position, depending on the cost-of-living. Other factors such as taxes, unemployment insurance, employee benefits, 401(k), FICA, and even more are costs expended by employers on top of their employees base salaries.
How much is this overhead?
There are differing averages and percentages that employers can use to calculate their estimated employee overhead. These values only differ slightly, but an employee could cost an employer an average of 1.4 times their base salary.
This means that your Bookkeeper, whose salary is $40,000 could actually cost your business upwards of $56,000. Let us help with that!
Our Rate -
Billed to the minute at a rate of $100 an hour, you get access to your personal Virtual Bookkeeper who is specialized to provide all of the services listed above, and more!
Let us handle your bookkeeping needs!
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