There are hundreds of interview questions you could ask in a job interview. I have made a list of 3 questions to ask that are specific to hiring a bookkeeper. In addition to your regular interview questions, these questions will give you a glimpse into the personality and character of the bookkeeping candidate.
For most small businesses, a bookkeeper is in a position of trust and you want to make sure they are not only competent but also honest and dependable.
Are you one of the many small business owners who have not done his or her bookkeeping all year? If so, this tax season will unfortunately be a stressful time as you frantically scramble to pull together all your receipts, business expenses and trying to account for every single thing you did in 2018.
To help you through this period, here are three things you should do before you turn your books over to your tax preparer:
As we move into the last month of 2018 it’s time to start thinking about 2019. There is still plenty of time left before 2018 wraps up, but planning ahead is the key to ending the year right. To that end, here is some tips to help you tie up any loose ends and get a running start as we head into the New Year.
Do you need your small business bookkeeping cleaned up? Don’t worry I get it. You fell behind on your books. It happens to many small business owners especially when they are just starting out. After all, what is more important in business than making sales, right? However, at some point, you need to just get that bookkeeping mess cleaned up and caught up. And you want to make sure you never face this situation again.