“Who will keep the books of the business?” is a question that many sole practitioners and small businesses ask themselves.
Whether you do it yourself or choose to hire someone else to do it for you, bookkeeping is essential. Properly maintained books will assist you to analyse your business performance and plan for the future.
While it is important for the owner to maintain control and stay on top of the finances, this can be achieved by maintaining close control over the authorizing payments and signing off records and reviewing reconciliations and management reports.
The complications that surround tax season are enough to choke the life out of any small business. We enable the business owner to focus on his core activities while all administrative burdens are dealt with by qualified professionals.
Many businesses that would have otherwise been successful have failed due to their inadequate financial record keeping. Even when a business is growing and want to expand, investors or funders will request accounting records of the past to determine how the business was run thus far.
A qualified accountant can help develop a good system of record keeping and improve the quality of your financial information and help you with interpreting it to your advantage.
Wessels & Associates enables you to focus on your core activities while all administrative burdens are dealt with by qualified professionals.