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A Bookkeeping Service May be a Perfect Match for You

If you’re detail-oriented, a lover of numbers, and honest to a fault, a Bookkeeping Service might be the perfect match for you.

The fact that so many people dislike doing bookkeeping is good news for anyone who enjoys the ins and outs of financial record keeping. Lacking time or inclination, entrepreneurs and growing businesses often need help with their financial housekeeping despite the availability of easy-to-use accounting software. Gustavo A Viera CPA who has a Bookkeeping Service division told us, “While doing business is getting more complex, people aren’t getting better at handling their money. Today virtually everybody needs some professional guidance.” Yet most small businesses can’t afford to hire or keep full-time bookkeepers.

Independent Bookkeeping Service are in demand even during economic downturns because businesses realize that if they aren’t careful about their money, they soon won’t be in business. As a result, bookkeeping can be a good business year in and year out. However in downtimes, you may have more competition, because some accountants need more business to keep busy and will seek to pick up Bookkeeping Service business.” Accountants are trained for small-business bookkeeping though but sometimes are apt to outsource the bookkeeping work they get.

To be successful, independent Bookkeeping Service need to be thorough, dependable and accurate as well as skilled in using accounting and sometime spreadsheet software. You must enjoy paying attention to details, and honesty and integrity are crucial. If you’d be tempted to go along with a client who asks you not to report or to hide income, it’s best to look for another business because you won’t last long in this one. A client who’ll ask you to use questionable practices may have no compunction about not paying your bill.

If you’ve already done financial or accounting work for an employer, you’re probably ready to take on clients on your own without special training. If you enjoy working with numbers but lack such a background, you can acquire the training you need to go into bookkeeping from a number of sources:

About the Author

Gustavo VieraGustavo A Viera, CPA, is the managing partner in Gustavo A Viera, PA, CPA. His experience spans more than 25 years. His public accounting experience includes a senior audit manager at PriceWaterHouseCoopers with a focus in the healthcare industry, and Chief Financial Officer of Hewlett Packard Latin America and Telefonica of Spain. Gus also writes a blog twice a week that addresses issues his clients have at www.perrinecpa.com/blog. He has also taught in the SBA program in Miami FL, and is admitted to practice in the State of Florida licensed Certified Public Accountant. Gus welcomes questions and he can be reached at Gustavo A Viera, PA, CPA, One Alhambra Plaza Floor PH Coral Gables FL 33134 (786) 250-4450.View all posts by Gustavo Viera →

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