You send documents (fax, scan & upload to secure server), we retrieve the documents, complete data entry, analyze and create financial statements. Once you do, your life as a business owner or consultants will be easier.
To enable virtual bookkeeping, the business grants the bookkeeper remote access to its server, software and financial documents. The bookkeeper signs onto the company's secure network from his computer and accesses the documents just as he would if logged onto an on-site company computer and installs the company's bookkeeping software onto his computer. Depending on the arrangement, either the bookkeeper or the client may purchase and register the software, but both must use the same program version to ensure proper transfer and communication of files. As an independent contractor, the bookkeeper then will invoice the business for the services performed and the client will remit payment in accordance to its contractor payment policy.
"YOU DON'T LEARN TO WALK BY FOLLOWING RULES, YOU LEARN BY DOING AND FALLING OVER" - Richard Branson
So, how do virtual bookkeeping services work?