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Defining the Role of Bookkeeper in Your Business!

Last updated: 02 Apr, 2021 By | 6 Minutes Read

We all know the significance of bookkeepers for a business. They manage daily transactions occurring in a company and maintain records of the same. As a business owner, you might hire a sales executive that is fresher in the industry but not a bookkeeper because you know how important and confidential your financial information is. Since it is not easy to find skilled and experienced bookkeepers, many owners outsource bookkeeping and accounting to a nearby CPA or a reliable outsourcing firm (regardless of location) rather than handling it in-house.

Besides, many people confuse the accountant with bookkeepers as they usually can’t define the difference between the two. Therefore, before we go further, check the table below to understand the clear distinction between a bookkeeper and an accountant.

accountant and bookkeeper

For your business, bookkeepers can perform several or just a few accounting-related tasks, which majorly depend upon their ability and how many responsibilities you give to the professional, providing you with a variety of bookkeeping services.

For more understanding of a bookkeeper’s role in your business, check the infographic below.

bookkeeper

 

Also Read:

Choosing Between a Bookkeeping Company and an In-House Bookkeeper

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