Work smarter, not harder – Outsource your Bookkeeping

We’ve come across a number of businesses at a critical stage of their growth – a stage where the revenues start surpassing the set targets and everything seems to get overwhelming for their lean teams.

At that point, business owners always realize it’s time to start outsourcing some functions of their companies to concentrate on more critical ones. Bookkeeping is usually among the top of the outsourcing menus perhaps due to its technicality and the high costs associated with hiring full-time accountants.

Business owners understand the full importance of accurate and up-to-date financial records, and how they play a key role in the success of their businesses.

At this stage, contracting a bookkeeper to handle the accounting tasks always seems like the best solution for such businesses.

Any idea why?

Here are 5 reasons why you need to outsource your bookkeeping function.

  1. Enhances the spirit of teamwork: Whenever you outsource any function of your business, you’re indeed embracing the true spirit of teamwork. One in-house bookkeeper might not be able to find every subtle nuance that can be beneficial to your enterprise.  By having a team of professionals checking and double checking your financial information, you end you with the finest of results. In addition, it will help create a healthy work environment through the separation of duties which encourages individual accountability.
  2. Outsourcing is economical: Each time you outsource a service, you’re more likely to save a few hundred or thousands that would have been spent paying fulltime employees. Outsourcing your bookkeeping function is no different, other than saving money on full-time employees’ salaries; you also save on lost productivity costs whenever business is slow.
  3. It provides room for concentrating on other core areas of the business: When you outsource the bookkeeping department, you free-up time for you and your team to focus on improving other areas of your business. It’s very normal for backend office functions to weigh in heavily on your daily operations and having your bookkeeping in-house might not make things any easier.
  4. It increases staff focus and eliminates the conflict of interest: Bookkeeping is about numbers, and it requires an ample working environment to thrive. It may be difficult for a bookkeeper to discharge his/her duties effectively around the daily hustle and bustle of a business – separating the bookkeeping function has been proven to not only produce more accurate results but also to prevent conflict of interest among staff members.
  5. Outsourcing enhances scalability: Lastly, outsourcing your bookkeeping function enables you to expand your business operations without having to worry about the accounting bit of your expansion.  And here’s the thing, when looking to grow your business, outsourcing has been known to be the ultimate game changer.

Conclusion

Whether a company needs financial statements to present to a lender or to an investor, you can have your bookkeeper generate them for you in just a click. The best part is that you get to present information that has passed through the industry professionals.

If this excites you like it does us, feel free to contact us today for a more personalized solution for your business.