Jean A. Cordasco CPA – Bookkeeping Services
What is included in bookkeeping services?
Bookkeeping services is the process of keeping records of financial transactions throughout a company’s financial period. Also, the bookkeepers prepare the financial statements such as a balance sheet, income statement, and at the end of the company’s accounting period a profit and loss statement to see how you performed throughout the year — bookkeepers, in a way, are a small business’s financial office.
- We can complete the bookkeeping ourselves monthly, quarterly, or yearly depending on your needs.
- Or we can be your financial support while you enter the transactions. We can check in monthly to make sure you are documenting everything correctly.
At our offices, we set up our clientele with a service called Quickbooks, which we believe is the best way for a business to keep track of their financial records. In addition to these standard services, Jean A. Cordasco CPA’s office gives our clients access to our office’s staff and accountants every day if they require them.
Is there a difference between a bookkeeper and an accountant?
Bookkeeping is a transactional and administrative role that takes care of the day to day business transactions.
In contrast, accounting provides business owners with financial insights based on the information they received from their bookkeeping data.
Bookkeepers and accountants sometimes carry out the same tasks; however, they are ultimately different in interpreting the financial data of a business.