Sometimes we get receipts from clients that don’t make any sense or it is unclear how the thing purchased relates to the business. When this happens, it is very difficult for us to allocate the purchase accurately (or at all).Continue Reading...
Welcome to part 2 of this blog about how I use Teamwork to collaborate in real time with my clients. In part 1 I told you about how I set up Teamwork to be a fully functional portal for each of my clients which is accessed via the e-BAS Accounts website. In part 2, I […]Continue Reading...
Last week I wrote about the importance of communication in relation to remote/virtual bookkeeping. I specifically honed in on communicating with clients – the good, the bad and the ugly! The crux of the argument was that if you don’t maintain a certain level of communication with clients, your professional relationships will suffer and may […]Continue Reading...
In my last blog, I wrote about the concept of remote bookkeeping or telecommuting. I explained what it is, why I do it and how it works. I ended the blog by saying that remote bookkeeping can only work well when there are good communication systems in place. This applies to both the bookkeeper and […]Continue Reading...
Okay so you run a small business and things are super busy! You’ve got lots to organise – employees, clients, projects, supplies, website, marketing and dare I say it, yes, the bookkeeping and tax compliance tasks! Some business owners prepare their own books but many are outsourcing the task to professional bookkeepers instead. Some prefer […]Continue Reading...