Each month in our newsletter, VirtualConnections, we focus on unique ways in which THSS can help your business run more smoothly and effectively. The day-to-day operations involved with a business can sometimes prove to be overwhelming for a business owner and any available staff.
Keep in mind, that THSS is a certified bookkeeper through the American Institute of Bookkeeping (AIPB); certified public bookkeeper (National Association of Certified Public Bookkeepers (NACPB); and a certified QuickBooks Pro Advisor. We also offer QuickBooks for MAC support to those who are using MACs (and I am just loving my MAC!).
This month, we will focus on BOOKKEEPING SERVICES:
- A client needs both bill paying services and data entry into accounting software. The client’s bills can be mailed to a post office box near the VA’s location or the client can collect all the bills and mail them to the VA periodically.
- A consultant needs invoicing services only. The consultant sends an email to the VA with the number of hours to be billed to the client. The VA prepares and mails the invoice.
- An association mails annual dues invoices for membership renewal. The VA prepares the invoices and mails according to schedule. The VA can also receive payments and deposit them into the association’s account. All transactions are recorded in accounting software and sent to the association via FTP transfer.
- The client has several accounts receivable that are past due. The VA can mail Past Due Notices and/or follow up via telephone to collect on past due invoices.
- A client opts to continues to pay their own bills, but needs monthly bank reconciliation. The client mails a copy of their check register, along with the bank statement. The VA enters all data into accounting software and reconciles the account. The accounting software file is returned to the client via email attachment.