Bucks Books – Bookkeeping Service

Personalised Accounting and Bookkeeping Services

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Australian – based bookkeeping service

Empowering local businesses by providing exceptional bookkeeping services and helping transform businesses from a state of chaos and anxiety into a calm and organised profitable business.

With over 16 years experience as an accounting professional having worked in a variety of industries in Australia and Ireland. 

I focus on gaining a comprehensive understanding of your business so I can tailor my services to best suit your needs. Delivering a range of bookkeeping services to small and medium sized businesses.   

Professional Memberships:

ICB Australia and Australian Bookkeepers Network.

 

Personalised Accounting and Bookkeeping Services

  1. VIRTUAL BOOKKEEPING
  2. VIRTUAL CFO
  3. PROCEDURE REVIEW
  4. SOFTWARE SETUP & TRAINING
  5. BOOKKEEPING CLEAN-UP

 

Book a FREE, no-obligation finance review to discuss your business needs by calling me on 0416504685 or emailing me: samantha@bucksbooks.com.au

FAQs

Q What is a bookkeeper?

Bookkeepers are the experts on keeping financial records – that you don’t have the time or the expertise to do thoroughly – for your business.

They have the knowledge and experience on how to accurately manage your business’s financial records. They can also provide insight into potential financial issues in the business.

Q What is the difference between a bookkeeper & an accountant?

A bookkeeper records and classifies a company's daily financial transactions.

An accountant builds on the information that is provided to them by the bookkeeper, they focus on interpreting the data and analytics to best advise on tax matters.

Q Why do I need a bookkeeper for my small business?

Whilst having a small business can be an incredibly awarding, running a business can be stressful enough without trying to understand and maintain your books! It is generally an area that small business owners don’t like, but must be responsible for.

One of our key roles as bookkeepers is to take the stress and pressure away from small business bookkeeping, allowing business owners to spend more time on what they are passionate about: their business!

However having a bookkeeper is about more than just saving time. A good bookkeeper is like having an inclusive business coach, someone you can build a relationship with. They will take care of all the “boring” stuff while educating you on the picture behind your numbers so you can make better informed business decisions. Bookkeepers can help you to understand the ongoing costs of running your business, what your cash flow situation looks like and if you are really making a profit.

Every small business needs a bookkeeper; a mentor, business partner and cheerleader, encouraging you to succeed in your business and applauding you as you do so!

Q What duties can a bookkeeper perform?

1. Setting up or streamlining current systems
Recommending and setting up bookkeeping software
2. Data entry
3. Expense Tracking
4. Invoicing & Receipt Management
5. Transactional Checks & Bank Reconciliations
6. Accounts Payable & Receivable
7. Cashflow Management
8. Budgeting
9. Reporting / Management Report
10. Payroll, Awards and Superannuation changes
11. General Business Administrative Support
12. Business Planning
13. Keeping educated on the industry, compliance, best practice bookkeeping and any changes that may affect clients