Book Keeper, Part-Time
Book Keepers are responsible for recording financial transactions, maintaining financial records, and ensuring the accuracy of financial information for the organization. They play a vital role in supporting the financial health and decision-making processes of a company.
About our company
I started this company with my husband and co-founder, Ewan Hay, with two main objectives in mind: 1) provide our clients with the best possible value-driven resources and 2) build a talented pool of consultants by re-engaging working parents who have left full-time work for a better work-life balance.
We offer tailored consulting and project support, filling any organizational gaps; as well as sustained Interim/Fractional CFO, talent management, and part-time expertise. We strive to ensure clarity and stability in your financial journey.
- Record Financial Transactions: Record day-to-day financial transactions, including sales, purchases, expenses, and receipts in the appropriate accounting software or ledger.
- Maintain General Ledger: Maintain and update the general ledger by reconciling accounts and ensuring that entries are accurate and complete.
- Bank Reconciliation: Reconcile bank statements with the company’s financial records to ensure accuracy and identify discrepancies.
- Accounts Payable and Receivable: Manage accounts payable by processing invoices, verifying expenses, and preparing payments. Manage accounts receivable by sending invoices, tracking payments, and following up on overdue accounts.
- Financial Reporting: Prepare financial statements, including balance sheets, income statements, and cash flow statements, on a regular basis to provide management with accurate financial information.
- Payroll Processing: Calculate and process employee payroll, including deductions, taxes, and benefits, ensuring compliance with tax regulations and labor laws.
- Expense Tracking: Monitor and categorize expenses, ensuring they align with the company’s budget and financial goals.
- Tax Preparation: Assist in the preparation of tax returns and ensure compliance with tax regulations at the local, state, and federal levels.
- Financial Analysis: Provide financial analysis and reports to management, identifying trends, variances, and areas for improvement.
- Documentation and Record Keeping: Maintain organized financial records and documents, both physical and electronic, for audit and reference purposes.