When you’re searching for a person or service to help out your business, chances are you’re not going to willingly pick someone who’s ‘bad’ at their job – right?
Unfortunately, there’s a lot more to choosing a service or individual than just qualifications and accolades – in some cases, even the most experienced and trained people are just not a good fit with you or your business. Attitude is another key component in finding a positive experience, especially when it comes to a bookkeeper.
How do you know the difference between a ‘good bookkeeper’ and a bad one? When you’re running a business and hire a bookkeeper to manage accounts, you want to rest assured that they are doing the job right! The purpose of hiring a bookkeeper is to help you manage and organise your books – you want your bookkeeper to take control of those financial things you can’t handle or deal with on your own.
A good bookkeeper is one who:
Choosing a good bookkeeper is valuable for your business and can really make a transformation in how you track finances. There’s a major difference between a bookkeeper who’s doing the minimum to balance your accounts and a good bookkeeper who truly understands the impact they have on your operations.