If your books aren’t up to snuff, it’s time to outsource. To make accurate and informed decisions on your business, it’s important to reference your bookkeeping. If they’re a mess, it means you don’t have the full story on your business. Making blind decisions is always a risk (one never worth taking!). Let’s talk about three signs it’s time to outsource.
You have a pile of receipts and papers left unrecorded, going back months.
If you have one or many folders stacked with receipts and papers from past months that haven’t been logged, it’s time to outsource. If you don’t put the time into your books, you’re neglecting your company as a result. As a business owner, it’s important to know where you stand financially, and this can’t happen if your unlogged receipts are collecting dust on your desk.
You go a full week without looking at your books.
Ignoring your books should be a crime! If you don’t have the time, energy or knowledge to accurately record the financial ins and outs of your business, it’s time to outsource. Just like every other relationship, the one with your books requires constant and consistent attention, as well.
You want to establish an updated business plan for your company but don’t have up-to-date books.
If you’re looking to make changes in your business, your best references are within your bookkeeping. How could you possibly create a feasible and possible business plan without accurate and up-to-date information on your business’s financial being.
If you decide it’s time to outsource your bookkeeping, contact Skynar Bookkeeping. We have an expert team of ProAdvisors, and Cheryl Skynar is QBO Advanced Certified (only 10 percent of ProAdvisors in the country have earned this distinction) and QB Desktop Advanced Certified (only 2 percent of ProAdvisors in the country are certified in both). We’ll do your bookkeeping so you can do the rest!