Bookkeeping or Accounting

  

There is a large misconception that bookkeeping and accounting are synonymous terms. 

   

Bookkeeping is most simply defined as the occupation of keeping records of a business’ financial affairs.

Accounting is defined as an information science used to collect, classify, and manipulate financial data for organizations and individuals.

 

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what is the difference & what do I need?

  

Although accountants can perform bookkeeping tasks, bookkeepers can rarely, if ever, perform accounting tasks.

Differences between bookkeeping and accounting
Differences between bookkeeping and accounting

So what do you need?

Do you REALLY need both?

Many times it depends on the industry and the level of expertise required.

The more complex the organization, the more important it is to make sure that the company’s bookkeeper is also supported by a good CPA who can provide advice as needed.

How can we help?