Barbara Steckly from Preferred Client Services with your bookkeeping tip of the day.
How do you know if you have a good bookkeeper or a bad bookkeeper?
A good bookkeeper is always up to date and will have immediate answers for you.
A bad bookkeeper will never have any answers for you when asked. Always “getting back to you” or madly putting things together before having an answer
A good bookkeeper provides your monthly reports to you without being asked and the reports make sense.
A bad bookkeeper always needs to be prodded for financials and will likely have a substantial amount of items in a suspense or clearing account.
Barbara Steckly from Preferred Client Services, partnering with you, your team and your accountant to make a positive difference in our bottom line.