What is Full Charge Bookkeeping?
Many small to medium sized business don't need a controller or accountant, so depend on full charge bookkeepers to handle all of the accounting needs of their company. A full charge bookkeeper handles the full cycle of accounting duties or supervise others in basic tasks, and reports directly to the owner of the company. Duties vary from business to business, but generally include tasks such as accounts payable, code and enter vendor and expense invoices, run checks, bill customers and clients, prepare bank deposits, general ledger accounting and much more.
Full Charge Business solutions are experts in all office bookkeeping procedures including employee time-sheets, run payroll checks and preparing monthly and quarterly tax returns. We can handle all of a company's banking needs, including reconciling monthly bank statements and monitoring cash flow.
A full charge bookkeeper has more responsibilities that a regular bookkeeper, and generally does more with the general ledger. Journal entries are prepared and entered for accounts and at the end of each month, a trial balance is run to verify that general ledger accounts are in balance. We analyze the trial balance and make any necessary adjusting journal entries to correct discrepancies.
Contact Full Charge Business Solutions today to find out how we can help your company take full charge of your bookkeeping.