It might be tough to determine the best time to hire an accounting expert or bookkeeper – or even whether you need one at all. While you use an accountant as a consultant, there are numerous alternatives for handling financial tasks.
If your company is large enough, decide if you want to engage an independent consultant, a firm, or a full-time employee when looking for a certified bookkeeper. Request suggestions from friends, coworkers, or your local chamber of commerce, or look for bookkeepers on online social networks such as LinkedIn.
You can also search the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants for CPAs specializing in different finance topics.
Finding a qualified bookkeeper may need some background research because, unlike accountants, they are not required to obtain a professional certification. When selecting a bookkeeper, a good recommendation from a trusted colleague or years of expertise is vital.
Still unsure whether you need to employ someone to assist you with your books? Here are two circumstances when you should hire a financial professional:
Whether you hire an accountant, a bookkeeper, or both, ensure they’re qualified by asking for client references, checking for certifications, or performing screening tests.
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