We work with your business cash flow on a day-to-day basis. Having us will establish good bookkeeping practices will not only help your business but make it flourish.

Continue scrolling to better understand us and what we do.


What We Do

Bookkeepers are the financial record-keepers of a business. They’re the ones that collect invoices and receipts, record cash flows, pay wages and prepare tax documents.
  • Manage accounting systems
  • Process invoices, receipts, payments and other financial transactions
  • Managing payroll
  • Preparing financial statements
  • Reconciling accounts and preparing reconciliation reports
  • Managing any loans or debt repayments
  • Calculating GST
  • Preparing and lodging your BAS
  • Preparing forecasting for your business

When do you need a bookkeeper?

Getting your financial processes set up as soon as you start your business is one of the best things you can do as a business owner. Due to this, we should be one of the first people you hire.

In the start-up phase of your business, you may only need us for a few hours a week.

Beyond an initial consultation with us to set up the legal and tax structures of your business, we will look after the day-to-day running of your business.

How we would work together.

1. Work out the terms of your arrangement.
We will discuss the tasks you need done and ask for an estimate of how much that will cost you.
2. Find out how you prefer to communicate with us.
Good communication is crucial for any professional relationship to work.
Whether you prefer to communicate via email, text message or phone call is something you should discuss with your us.
3. Have semi-regular catch ups.
Having face-to-face meetings, either in real life or via video call, will go a long way towards making sure we're both on the same page.

3 Things To Takeaway.


Bookkeepers are involved in the day-to-day financial running of a business. They typically record revenue and expenses, prepare wages and maintain accounting systems.


Consider hiring a bookkeeper as soon as you start your business to get your financial records right from the start.


One way to remember the difference between bookkeepers and accountants is that bookkeepers record business data and accountants analyse the data.