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Bookkeeping

Definition

Bookkeeping refers to the process of recording transactions to general and special journals and posting these transactions to their respective ledgers. This should be done by applying generally-accepted accounting principles (GAAP) the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) for US companies. Bookkeeping is an important record-keeping function of financial accounting that is essential in a duly-registered business of any kind.

Bookkeeping function consists of the first three steps of the accounting cycle: analyzing transactions, recording transactions in the general journal, and posting the transactions to the ledger. Most businesses outsource bookkeeping because hiring bookkeepers is expensive and most small-medium businesses doesn’t do large volumes of transactions per day.

The bookkeeping function is best outsourced in order to keep administrative costs low while helping small businesses grow and become stable. Another advantage is that you are assured that you are working with a skilled and competent professional that has the appropriate experience and educational background for the job. Outsource Accelerator provides you the best bookkeeping outsourcing companies in the Philippines, where you can save up-to 70% on staffing cost.

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