The average small business spends 10 hours a month doing their own books.
In the beginning there is a definite cost savings by doing your books on your own but as you start to grow this is one thing you will want to consider taking off your plate.
As your business generates revenue the task of keeping all the bills up to date will grow as well.
Key Questions to Ask Yourself
Is this something I enjoy doing?
Am I doing it correctly?
Can I benefit from finding a consultant or virtual assistant to help?
Could I turn this time into revenue by working on things that make money?
The Answer is Automation
Business owners are very focused on their business, so may of the technologies that are available aren’t apparent. These 3 bookkeeping tools will make you more productive, less stressed, and actually add to your bottom line.
- Quickbooks Online
- And The Savvy Admin of course
We take the guest work out of your bookkeeping and help you to focus on generating revenue in your business.
With our training and client support, just sitting down for a consultation will bring real value to your business.