Tick & Tally Bookkeeping

Tick & Tally Bookkeeping
Tick & Tally Bookkeeping
Financial Services-MOLENDINAR, QLD
Financial Services-Molendinar, QLD
FILING – Keep all your accounts information in ONE place. File documents as soon as possible and keep unpaid and paid invoices seperate. CONFIDENTIALITY – Restrict access to your informat..
8 Darling Crescent, Molendinar, Qld, 4214.
8 Darling Crescent, Molendinar, Qld, 4214.
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FILING – Keep all your accounts information in ONE place. File documents as soon as possible and keep unpaid and paid invoices seperate. CONFIDENTIALITY – Restrict access to your information. Password protect sensitive information and keep employee records in a locked filing cabinet. Privacy laws encompass access to personal information and it is your responsibility to ensure that your employee data is kept confidential. RECEIVABLES – Keep your debtors in check. Review outstanding invoices weekly. Have standardised letters/emails to send to overdue debtors. Don't be afraid to ask for payment. ACCOUNTANT – Find a pro-active accountant who can work together with your bookkeeper to guide your business and assist you to get the best possible financial advice and support. MANAGEMENT REPORTS – Learn to read and understand your management reports. These are the tools that indicate the health of your business. Understanding your P&L and Balance Sheet figures will allow you to keep track of business flow. CREDIT – Don't give credit unless you absolutely HAVE to. If you have to then restrict the credit limit to an amount you are willing to lose as signed credit applications will not guarantee you payment. SPREAD DEBTORS – Never have more than 35% of your business with a single client, as losing this client could close your business. BOOKKEEPER – Know your bookkeepers responsibilities and understand what they are doing. Get them to give you a 5min summary of what they have done at the end of each visit.

I saw a client recently who had been using an outsourced bookkeeper for a number of years, trusting they knew what they were doing. It turned out the bookkeeper had done no Bank Reconciliations for the company and had missed $1000′s in unclaimed GST for legitimate business expenses!

I am a ‘Member in Practice' of the Institute of Certified Bookkeepers (ICB) and you can expect the following from me:

• A Certified Bookkeeper or ICB Member attains that certification having proven that the bookkeeper has performed bookkeeping services at a significant level for a period exceeding 2 years and has a proven level of bookkeping knowledge.

• I have a Certificate IV in Financial Services (Bookkeeping) which is a requirement of the ICB, this qualification is a relatively recent development in the ability for bookkeeers to have their skills and competence formally, but more importantly “relevantly” recognised within the education system.

• Regular and effective communication – Problems arise when the client and bookkeeper do not communicate.  By reporting to you after each visit you can understand what has been achieved and what is required before the next visit.

• Provision of the output for bookkeeping work: be that operational reports or simply proof that the Bank reconciles, this ensures you see value for money.

• A Member in Practice with ICB must be insured and require minimum Professional Indemnity Insurance.  PII ensures that you, the client, have a level of security.

Clients of ICB Certified Bookkeepers benefit in engaging with a bookkeeper who strives to maintain and enhance their professionalism.

Tick & Tally Bookkeeping can tailor a bookkeeping program to keep you on track.  I can help you sort out the mounds of paperwork that seem to take over the workplace, car, ute, glovebox or home office.

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