Accountants
Our hire accountant service is created with the aim to help you with the daily financial/accounting transactions of your business and also help in keeping the accounting in order. Our accountant takes care of all your accounting works so you can focus mor
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$105
I will do basic level accounting and finance work for you with 250 transactions
It Includes
  • Receipt Management
  • Financial Statements
  • Payroll
  • Accounting Tools Setup
  • Bookkeeping
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$31
I will do basic level accounting and finance work for you with 250 transactions
It Includes
  • Financial Statements
Need Something else?
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Features & Benefits of Accountants

  • Accounting is an art as well as Science
  • Recording of financial transactions only
  • Recording in terms of money
  • Classifying the transactions
  • Summarising the transactions
  • Analysing
  • Interpretation of Results
  • Communicating the Results

Description

Accountants are responsible for maintaining the official financial records for a company. The records are used in a variety of ways and clearly present important financial information to the stakeholders of a business. They help the senior managers of a company keep track of the current financial status of the business and to make better informed decisions.

What are the different types of accountants?

When hiring an accountant, it’s important to understand the specific kind of accountant you need for your business. Here are some of the most common types and levels of accountants to help you find one that meets your needs:

  • Accounting clerk:
    Performs data entry tasks and uses Excel formulas to prepare financial records for accountants to analyze.
  • Auditor:
    Reviews financial statements to ensure everything is compliant.
  • Chief financial officer (CFO):
    A senior executive accountant that manages a company’s overall finances, including financial reporting, planning for the future and managing financial risks.
  • CPA:
    A certified public accountant who has passed the CPA exam and meets state education requirements. CPAs often have more expertise than accountants without this credential and also have the authority to legally represent your business before the IRS.
  • Staff accountant:
    A mid-level accountant who is typically employed full-time at a company to take care of accounting tasks. Usually works under the supervision of a financial controller or CPA.

Services include the following:

  • Accounting and Finance
  • Financial Accounting
  • Managerial Accounting
  • Profit & loss and Balance sheet
  • Financial statement
  • Cash flow statement
  • Account and Finance quizzes and exams
  • Cost Accounting
  • Budgeting
  • Bookkeeping

Plans & Pricing

Plans & Pricing
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Starter
Basic
I will do basic level accounting and finance work for you with 250 transactions
73
Pro
Standard
I will do medium level accounting and finance work for you with 750 transactions
105
Premium Subscription
Premium
I will do advance level accounting and finance work for you with 1000 transactions
Receipt Management
Financial Statements
Payroll
Accounting Tools Setup
Bookkeeping
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