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6 Valuable Benefits of Bookkeeping

Financial Management & Organization

Being organized is key to financial management. Financial management is key to financial success. Having and utilizing financial tools to set money apart is effective and efficient.

Consider having multiple checking and savings accounts to separate the purpose and usage of your money. This permits you to delegate, save, and use the funds for the specific intended purposes. Being able to see the balances of each account helps you to identify whether or not you have the desired funds available for the purposes intended.

Financial reports are also helpful tools that provide a clear and concise way of seeing what money you have (asset), what money you've earned (income), what money you need, and what money you've spent (expenses).

We'll discuss more about financial reports a little later.


A budget is a goal and guidelines you set for your finances. The act of budgeting is an exercise that requires awareness and control. Abiding by a budget can be challenging, but if done correctly, the end results satisfying.

To budget, it is necessary to be aware and in control of both your revenue and expenses. Knowing what your income is will help you measure whether or not your expenses are affordable. At the same time, managing your expenses will alleviate the possibility of misapplying funds from the intended purpose.

Track Profit & Growth

Bookkeeping is the act of recording the financial events of a business or individual. By recording the financial transactions, you are able to generate reports illustrating the financial position of the business or individual. 

The Income Statement (profit and loss report) is just one useful report out of many that tracks profit and growth and are generated through bookkeeping. It outlines the details of the gross revenue and expenses, yielding the net income (or loss). Being able to refer to informative reports will provide a clarity of the financial performance of business or individual.

Financial Reporting

Done correctly, bookkeeping should produce clear and concise financial reports. These reports paint a vivid picture of the financial condition of a business or household. Financial reports provide organization, guidance to make important financial decisions and planning, and are extremely useful for tax preparation, and are examined by investors and lenders.  

Financial Analysis, Planning, Execution

Analyzing the results of financial reports will reveal the performance of a business. An analysis will help track cash flow, gauge areas of success, as well as areas of opportunity. These finding can help a business to develop plans, set goals, and execute.  

Tax Preparation

No one voluntarily gives money to Uncle Sam. It's tough relinquishing those hard earned dollars to pay taxes. Therefore, you don't want to make figuring out what you owe harder than it has to be.  Tax preparation alleviates the headache and hassle of trying to figure out your tax obligations. Accurate and consistent bookkeeping produces the financial reports that help you to determine your taxable income and how much you have to pay in taxes. Tax preparation also makes it easier to file tax returns and make payments on time.



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