Good to Know
What is the difference between the two?
Contrary to popular belief, accountants and bookkeepers perform distinctly different tasks for the businesses they serve. Bookkeepers are responsible for ongoing maintenance of their clients' general ledgers. A bookkeeper's common responsibilities consist of: Compiling data on a daily basis, categorizing expenses in the general ledger, reviewing the general ledger for accuracy, reconciling bank statements against the general ledger, and generating financial statements
Accountants use the accurate and up-to-date general ledger maintained by the bookkeeper to provide advisory services, analyzing the companies financial data, preparing income tax returns and providing tax planning advice. Don't have an accountant? You may wish to contact us for details. We will more than help you with your taxes.
Do I need a bookkeeper if I have an accountant?
We serve small and medium-sized businesses of all kinds, with one employee to 20+
What types of businesses does balance bookkeeping serve?
Absolutely. We offer bookkeeping packages for small businesses of almost every size!
Do you serve businesses with under 100k in annual revenue?
Small businesses no longer need to work with a local bookkeeper. The internet and cloud technology makes it easy for bookkeepers to securely access their clients books anytime, anywhere. Business owners can now select a bookkeeper who truly understands their industry and operations, instead of hiring the local, community bookkeeper by default.
balance bookkeeping & administration Ltd. serves all time zones.
Shouldn't my bookkeeper be local?
No, we'll include clean up for you as part of our work estimate. Our team of specialists will setup your industry-specific general ledger in the accounting solution that best fits your needs.