What Is A Book Keeper?

What Is A Book Keeper?

A Book Keeper is experienced with many different accounting systems

A Book Keeper is a person who is experienced with many different accounting systems and  therefore able to offer advice based on that experience on simplified ways for small and medium sized businesses to operate more efficiently. At least that is true of our Book Keepers. A book keeper can take over certain tasks thus enabling you to concentrate on what you are good at and focus on the aspects of the business.

These tasks may include invoicing, (sales ledger), receivables (purchase ledger), payroll, expenses, income  and expediture accounts, credit control, monthly accounts and submission to accountants. There are many more but essentially a book keeper can take over those tasks on a part time basis that free up your time and provide you with clear information about where your business is headed.

Other tasks might include business plans for submission, system review and analysis, debt collection, recruitment and personnel.

Main Differences Book Keeper and an Accountant?

Differences between bookkeeping and accountant

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