With tax time approaching, small business owners are starting to organise their financial records to hand over to their accountant.
They are probably also wishing that they could spend more time on what they are good at – meeting their customers’ needs – instead of on tasks such as bookkeeping.
I understand most business owners have neither the time nor the inclination to undertake their own extensive bookkeeping tasks
That’s where it makes sense to hand over these elements of business ownership to professionals such as First Class Accounts.
Not only does having an experienced bookkeeper save you time, but they can also help you to increase profit, manage your cash flow more effectively and streamline your accounts for better financial performance.
Mark Fry, who assists small business owners in the Baulkham Hills area, said he helps small business owners make smarter choices with their money.
“As a previous business owner for eight years, I understand the demands and pressure of running a business while trying to stay on top of your books.
“I’ve also spent 20 years in the banking industry and eight years in finance, where I helped businesses regain lost profitability, choose and manage loans effectively and make smarter choices with their money to set them up for the future,” he said.
Mark now works as a franchisee of First Class Accounts and is fully trained in accounting software such as MYOB, Xero and Reckon Accounts.
Ryan Erasmus, who offers reporting and bookkeeping services to Kellyville and surrounding areas, is also a small business owner who helps others achieve a greater work/life balance.
“I understand most business owners have neither the time nor the inclination to undertake their own extensive bookkeeping tasks, and that the constant changes in government compliance, legislation, and policy can make the bookkeeping processes difficult to understand,” he said.
“I am also very aware of the busy working schedule of my clients, and am able to work outside of normal business hours to accommodate them, and can also work either onsite or remotely.”
Mr Fry said that he believes his passion for assisting business growth and efficiency is the cornerstone of this client relationships.
Founded in 2000, First Class Accounts has grown to become Australia’s largest bookkeeping franchise, with more than 150 franchises servicing over 5000 clients across a variety of industries.
Both Mr Fry and Mr Erasmus offer free, no obligation assessments of how they can help your business.
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