Full Charge Bookkeeping

General Ledger

When you are starting a small business, there are a lot of things to think about. One of the most important is how you will keep track of your finances. You need to have a good bookkeeping system in place. This will help you make sure that your finances are in order and that you are making money.

There are a number of different ways to do bookkeeping. You can use a general ledger, Quickbooks Online, or some other software. It is important to choose a method that fits your business and that you feel comfortable using.

If you are just starting out, it might be a good idea to use Quickbooks Online. This software is easy to use and can help you keep track of your income and expenses. It can also help you create invoices and track payments.

Accounts Payable

When a company is starting up, it has to do a lot of paperwork. This paperwork includes setting up bank accounts, creating business licenses, and establishing bookkeeping procedures. One of the most important aspects of bookkeeping is tracking Accounts Payable.

Accounts Payable is the money that a company owes to its suppliers for goods and services that have been delivered. It’s important to track Accounts Payable because this information affects the company’s cash flow. The more quickly a company can pay its suppliers, the sooner it will receive new supplies and be able to continue doing business.

There are several ways to track Accounts Payable. One way is to create a spreadsheet that lists all of the company’s suppliers and tracks how much money each one is owed. Another way is to use accounting software that includes modules for Accounts Payable tracking. We help you through these procceses to ensure your accounts payable.

Accounts Receivable

The bookkeeping process for accounts receivable begins with recording the initial sale of goods or services. For example, a small business owner may sell a widget for $10 on credit. The bookkeeper would record this sale as an increase in the accounts receivable account and the $10 as revenue.

The bookkeeper would then create an invoice for the customer that includes the terms of the sale, such as “net 30 days.” This means that the customer has 30 days to pay for the widget. The bookkeeper would also record any payments received from the customer as they are made.

If the customer does not pay within 30 days, the bookkeeper would record a decrease in accounts receivable and an increase in bad debt expense. This expense is recorded in order to match the amount of revenue that was originally recognized when the sale was made.

Inventory Control

Inventory control is an essential part of bookkeeping. It is important to ensure that the correct amount of inventory is on hand at all times, and to track inventory levels so that they do not get too high or too low. Inventory must be counted and tracked on a regular basis in order to maintain an accurate count. If the level of inventory gets too low, it may be necessary to place a new order; if the level gets too high, it may be necessary to sell some of the inventory.

There are a number of different ways to track inventory levels. One common method is to use a barcode scanner to scan the items as they are added to or removed from inventory. This allows you to keep track of how much inventory is on hand at any given time, and also helps you keep track of which items are most popular and which ones are selling less quickly.

Payroll

Bookkeeping and payroll are the two most important aspects of any business. In order to ensure your business is in compliance with tax laws, it’s important to understand the basics of each. Here’s a look at some key things to know about bookkeeping and payroll:

  • ¬†Bookkeeping is the recording of financial transactions for a business. This includes recording income and expenses, as well as tracking assets and liabilities.
  • ¬†Payroll is the process of paying employees for their work. It includes calculating wages, issuing paychecks, and filing taxes withheld from employees’ paychecks.
  • ¬†Businesses are required to keep accurate records of financial transactions, including those related to payroll. This helps ensure that taxes are paid correctly and on time.
  • There are a number of tax requirements associated with running a payroll system. We help you with all of the above.
Bank Account

When you are a business owner, bookkeeping and bank accounts go hand in hand. In order to keep your business finances in check, it is important to understand the basics of bookkeeping and how to maintain a bank account.

One of the main purposes of bookkeeping is to keep track of your company’s income and expenses. This information can then be used to calculate your taxes at the end of the year. To do this accurately, you need to record all financial transactions pertaining to your business. This includes money that comes in and goes out, as well as any assets or liabilities that your company may have.

The best way to keep track of all this information is through a good accounting software program, such as QuickBooks. Thats where we come in.

Management

One of the most important aspects of owning a business is managing your accounts. This includes both your business income and your business expenses. It’s important to keep track of both to ensure that your business is making a profit. There are a few key things you can do to help manage your accounts:

  • We Keep track of your income and expenses in a spreadsheet or other accounting software. This will make it easy to track your progress and identify areas where you may need to make adjustments.
  • We Make sure you pay attention to deadlines for filing taxes and other reporting requirements. Failing to file on time can result in penalties and interest, which can quickly eat into your profits.
  • We’re here if you have questions about how to manage your accounts or need help setting up a budget for your business.

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