What’s the difference between bookkeepers and accountants?
Bookkeepers record financial transaction whereas accountants interpret, analyse, reporting and summarise financial data.
Can a bookkeeper provide financial advice?
A bookkeeper can only maintain your day-to-day financial records—only an accountant can provide financial and business advice.
What does a bookkeeper do?
Bookkeepers look after financial record management, including expense tracking, invoices, payroll and financial reporting, to name a few services.
Why do I need a bookkeeper?
A bookkeeper can take on many accountancy, financial and billing duties so you can focus on other aspects of your business.