Hourly rate or fixed fee – it's up to you
I charge an hourly rate that I believe offers good value. After we’ve had an initial chat about what you need, I’ll be able to give you an idea of how many hours a week or month will be required. To help you budget, we can switch to a monthly fixed fee once it's clear how much work is involved.
Your accountant will charge you significantly more, and if you have an employee doing the books, that person is entitled to a pension, annual leave, sick pay, public holidays and so on.
On the other hand, you only pay me for as many hours as I’m needed. You get someone who spends their whole working week doing bookkeeping, keeps abreast of all the latest developments in accounts, tax legislation and software, and seeks to add value wherever she can.
As a full-time bookkeeper, I work faster and more efficiently than someone doing it on a part-time basis, and I strive to automate procedures wherever possible. Ultimately, you’ll gain financially.
I can keep an eye on your finances – your cash flow, for example – and flag up any issues you need to deal with. Your accountant doesn’t get to see your financial information on a regular basis; I do, and I’ll make sure you keep your business on an even keel.
Why not get in touch to arrange a no-obligation initial meeting?
Phone: 01823 698668 | Mobile: 07774 002474 | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Your Somerset Bookkeeper | Felicity Lynch