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aliso creek consulting inc.
non-profit accounting BOOKKEEPING

There are 2 types of bookkeepers:  Standard and Advanced.  A Standard Bookkeeper is a person who has a general understanding of paper and record flow in a business. For example this person should understand customer invoicing and how that relates to accounts receivable. They should also understand how the company purchases from vendors and the importance of coding invoices into the accounts payable system. Lastly, the Standard Bookkeeper should work under the guidance of a more experienced Accountant which could even be your outside CPA firm. Typically, the Standard Bookkeeper is not responsible for setting up your chart of accounts, preparing financial statements, or handling major financial matters. This person should be viewed as a processor of information.

An Advanced Bookkeeper is a person who has a good understanding of paper and record flow in a business. This person should be able to easily understand Accounting processes and procedures in an organization. They usually have at least some college experience or an Associates / Bachelors degree in Accounting. However, years of experience doing bookkeeping could qualify for not having a degree. An advanced bookkeeper should also be able to understand more about financial statements, computer systems, and the general ledger then the standard bookkeeper. In some cases an advanced bookkeeper is capable of running all of the accounting functions of a company. Professional Bookkeepers are an excellent source to find these types of candidates. Professional Bookkeepers can also be CPA’s, Accounting Managers, Controllers, and CFO’s.

If you are seeking affordable bookkeeping services with one or both these types of services described, please contact us.



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