Virtual BookkeepingIt is becoming rare that bookkeepers go to clients offices to do the books. Instead, technology has made possible that all work can be done without the need to physically work in a client office. The role of bookkeeper is no more a data entry operator. Instead its role is to manage technology based financial information systems that produce accurate, timely and compliant results. Book an appointment
This is where TAS Consulting can help owners to thrive. From digital receipt storage such as Receipt Bank, Spendesk or related softwares to payroll processing, we streamline your businesses finances to give you more time and freedom.
Choosing to work a company that provides virtual bookkeeping has many benefits for your business. Choosing virtual bookkeeping allows your accountant to keep on top of your books, without ever stepping foot in your office.
Outsourcing your bookkeeping is usually five times less expensive than hiring an in-house bookkeeper. Our bookkeeping service, which has experience with major accounting software such as Xero, Sage and Quickbooks, will make transaction processing simple, timely, and economical for your business.
Management of Communication with Virtual Book Keepers
Virtual accountants can communicate from anywhere. It can be through emails, phone, shared drives, video conferencing and project management software.
Cloud Based Bookkeeping
We use Xero, a cloud-based bookkeeping system that allows me to effectively manage all aspects of a business’s bookkeeping needs while also giving the client full access. This system includes a comprehensive, user-friendly administration panel that allows businesses to keep track of their:
Bank Reconciliations Review
The Xero system is a more efficient and cost-effective bookkeeping solution that provides unrivalled transparency between the client and our service. We can also provide training and migration services to help you seamlessly integrate the Xero system with your current business practises.
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