The Importance of the Small Business Client’s Capital
More often than not, the clients’ business represents their sole source of income and a substantial part of their wealth and being a clients’ bookkeeper/accountant should not be a guessing game, although what passes for “expert opinion” from so-called thought leaders in this age of social media can leave much to be desired. As a client, your business is your livelihood. If you’re considering outsourcing your accounting or bookkeeping activities ask questions, challenge, and verify the capability and competence of your candidate contractors. Whether it’s contributed capital, sweat equity or both at risk, small business owners, partners and operators need and require a level of competent service and attention to detail that gives them an accurate picture of the health and status of their operation(s) and financial position at all times.