We came across this article and thought it was perfect for sparking the thought process and determining the services you need for your business. Both services exist to meet the needs of business owners, small and large. Which one fits you best?
The author, Carey Wodehouse , posted this article on January 8, 2018 on the website, Business 2 Community (B2C). Ms. Wodehouse writes,
“It’s a dilemma many business owners face: Do you take valuable time out of your day to handle things you could hire someone to do to save money, or do you invest in that help so you can be more productive? For growing businesses with an eye on the bottom line, it can be a toss-up—one that the flexibility of freelancers is helping to address. However, when it comes to more complex matters that require special expertise like accounting and bookkeeping, hiring outside help often won’t just save you time, it can save you money.
If you’re looking to scale your business, you’re often on the cusp of a few crucial decisions, one of which is likely whether or not to hire a professional to help you stay on top of your finances. For freelancers and other small businesses, and enterprise organizations alike, getting expert financial help and staying organized is crucial to success.
In this article, we’ll talk about bookkeepers and accountants, what each professional does, and which your business may need.”
The development team at expex works with both bookkeepers and accountants in support of the services they provide to their clients and how we can best compliment their efforts. Contact us for more information on how we can assist you in becoming more productive by spending less time on the mundane and more time growing your business.
Special thanks to Business 2 Community and Carey Wodehouse. Ms. Wodehouse is an IT/development content writer at Upwork who is dedicated to making the complex world of web development a little easier to navigate. Residing in Richmond, VA, Carey has worked for clients ranging from online retailers and global market research firms to financial corporations.