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FAQ

WHAT IS A BOOKKEEPER?

A bookkeeper is a person who is employed to keep the records and financial affairs of a business. Bookkeepers are responsible for some (or all) of an organization’s financial information, which is generally known as the General Ledger of a company. They record any debits or credits in the ledger, as well as create financial statements.

HOW ARE BOOKKEEPING AND ACCOUNTING DIFFERENT?

While often confused, bookkeeping and accounting serve separate and distinct functions in the running of a business. Bookkeeping is the function of documenting and maintaining records of transactions. Accounting, on the other hand, is the act of actually analyzing and interpreting the documentation and turning into meaningful data.

While bookkeepers maintain the data needed to file your taxes, an accountant is likely the one who will actually prepare and file your taxes.

WHAT IS CLIENTBOOKS?

While often confused, bookkeeping and accounting serve separate and distinct functions in the running of a business. Bookkeeping is the function of documenting and maintaining records of transactions. Accounting, on the other hand, is the act of actually analyzing and interpreting the documentation and turning into meaningful data.

While bookkeepers maintain the data needed to file your taxes, an accountant is likely the one who will actually prepare and file your taxes.