Advantages of a Bookkeeper for Small Business Owners

One of the most important parts of a small business is the accounting and bookkeeping department. Without a good accountant it’s impossible to make informed decisions about expansions and new purchases because you won’t have all the information you need about how your business is doing financially. Bookkeeping staff should be viewed as integral to the future of your business and choosing a good accounting service is absolutely vital to ensuring future success.

One of the most important parts of a small business is the accounting and bookkeeping department. Without a good accountant it’s impossible to make informed decisions about expansions and new purchases because you won’t have all the information you need about how your business is doing financially. Bookkeeping staff should be viewed as integral to the future of your business and choosing a good accounting service is absolutely vital to ensuring future success.

The Professional Association of Small Business Accountants (PASBA) was formed for this reason. Small businesses are the backbone of the United States and a good accounting department is its lifeblood. PASBA works to connect small businesses with experienced and reliable bookkeepers and accounting services throughout the country.

Finding a good bookkeeper for your business can also help you keep your records organized according to local and federal laws, and done in a timely fashion. It’s well known that businesses with experienced accountants are less likely to be audited because a good accountant is very familiar with the law and avoids tax-related mistakes.

Choosing a professional bookkeeping service also gives you the time and energy to concentrate on important decisions regarding how your business is run. If you’re always concerned with accounts receivable and payable and whether transactions have been processed correctly, it can be very difficult to effectively perform your job as business owner. Finding out you owe additional taxes to the IRS for improperly completed tax returns can also decrease your potential to run your business well.

PASBA is an excellent resource if you’re looking for a quality small business bookkeeper or accountant that fits with your business. Whether you need a part-time employee or someone to simply handle the taxes, PASBA is a good place to find an accountant that’s right for you.

 

PASBA member accountants bring the collective resources of a nationwide network of Certified Public Accountants, Public Accountants, Enrolled Agents and other practitioners available to answer your tax and financial questions and streamline your business accounting, bookkeeping, and payroll operations. To find a trusted accountant in your area, visit www.SmallBizAccountants.com.

Please be advised that, based on current IRS rules and standards, any advice contained herein is not intended to be used, nor can it be used, for the avoidance of any tax penalty that the IRS may assess related to this matter. Any information contained in this article, whether viewed or subsequently printed, cannot be relied upon as qualified tax and accounting advice.  Any information contained in this article does not fall under the guidelines of IRS Circular 230.

Copyright Information 2011 Professional Association of Small Business Accountants

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