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What is the difference between a bookkeeper and an accountant?

A bookkeeper handles the day-in-day-out financial record keeping and reporting.

An accountant specializes in the preparation and filing of taxes. Having a good bookkeeper is just as important to the growing business as having a good accountant.

Can I afford to have KelliWorks handle my company's books?

KELLIWORKS can help you both save and earn money.

First and foremost, by outsourcing your bookkeeping, you are free to spend your time making sales and bringing in new business. Secondly, having your books done properly from the beginning helps you avoid the high costs of fixing errors at tax time. Also, we help you save by giving you expert bookkeeping without having to pay for a full-time, full-charge bookkeeper. Please call today for pricing information. KELLIWORKS, in its commitment to public service, provides discounts to not-for-profit organizations.

Why should I outsource bookkeeping?

Most small and medium business owners do not have the knowledge, time or ability to effectively perform their bookkeeping duties.

Outsourcing a bookkeeper will provide you with the time required to focus on your businesses operations.

Can’t my accountant or data entry person do my bookkeeping for me?

Some accountants do offer bookkeeping services, but most prefer to focus on the higher end processes such as legal and tax management. They also charge considerably more than a bookkeeper.

Some data entry people are able to perform, but they are much more limited in what they are qualified to do. For more information on the differences between data entry, bookkeepers and accountants, please click here.

Should I want to get my books cleaned up before I bring in KelliWorks?


No! Cleaning up books is KelliWorks’ specialty. Even if you’re managing your business using a spreadsheet and keeping receipts in a shoebox, our certified bookkeepers can get everything up to date, in order and working to support your business.