What's The difference between
Bookkeepers are sort of like gatekeepers to your financial data. They are like the maintenance on your vehicle or the glue that keeps the family together. Its main function is to consistently gather reliable data in the most efficient and effective manner. Keep reading.
Bookkeepers perform record keeping functions such as receivables/receipts, payables/expenses, and bank and credit card reconciliations.
Generally, Bookkeepers are required to have between two to four years of experience or an associate’s degree.
Accountants conceptualize the overall picture that bridges the maintenance of the general ledger to financial reporting. Accountants will perform a top-level analysis of your data. Generally, the title of accountant requires a bachelor’s degree in Accounting. Accountants, unlike bookkeepers, are eligible to acquire professional certifications. As an example, accountants with sufficient experience and education can obtain the title of Certified Public Accountant (CPA).
What is the good news?
We are Bookkeepers and Accountants who are ready to grow with your business. What do we do?
We are your Bookkeeper and Accountant!
for Small Business
If you are tired of dealing with the mundane tasks that comes with payroll processing, RH Accounting and Bookkeeping Services will take the load off.
-Weekly, bi-weekly or monthly payroll processing
-Customized payroll reports
-Preparation of 1099s
-Federal and State payroll tax filings