Before we get to the advantages of outsourced bookkeeping, first we would like to tell you the story of Goldiebooks. Once upon a time there was a young entrepreneur named Goldiebooks. She needed help with her bookkeeping so she took to the internet in search of the best bookkeeper to suit her small business needs. She looked at several options, all over Southern Ontario, but was a bit befuddled by what she found.
Virtual bookkeeping was too complicated and created more questions than it did answers. Traditional bookkeeping was untimely and did not suit the needs of her modern business. What she needed was some bookkeeper who could provide the benefits of both worlds, a hybrid that would fit just right.
Bookkeeping in Toronto was crowded and lacked a personal touch. Bookkeeping in Hamilton was thinner with fewer reputable companies. Goldiebooks then tried bookkeeping in Oakville and found the perfect solution for outsourced bookkeeping. She found Sum Bookkeeper.
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Advantages of Outsourced Bookkeeping
No one works harder than a small business owner. Trust us, we know. If there were 48 hours in a day, you would still want more in order to get as much done as possible and we haven’t even talked about bookkeeping yet. This is where outsourcing looks most attractive. Leaving a professional to perform a job that would otherwise sacrifice your time results in major savings in the long run.
As business changes so do your books. With an outsourced bookkeeping partner such as Sum Bookkeeper, we can be the flexible arm that you needs so that your business can remain strong. It is our job to adapt to your changing business and to adjust your books accordingly, saving you time and money.
According to payscale.com, the average salary of an in house bookkeeper can range from anywhere between $24,000 – $58,000 depending on experience. It doesn’t take a stretch of the imagination to quickly realize where your small business can save money by outsourcing. And don’t get us started on the cost of accountants.