This is the amount of time an average small business owner like you spends on bookkeeping each week. That represents some 7 hours out of each week that you spend doing completely unproductive bookkeeping.
Time is one thing in the universe that is fixed and runs continuously, ruthlessly, every single moment of existance. Do you continually struggle to complete all your tasks each day? Do you often find yourself wishing there were 25 or 26 hours in each day as you never have enough time?
You may not think the time you spend on your bookkeeping amounts to that much, after all you only spend a few minutes here and there. But…What about the time when the bank statements come in and you try to tie them up? What about the VAT return and the time you spend going through the figures because you can’t see why you have to pay so much? What about the wages for your employees? What about getting everything together for your accountant each year, or the time spent trying to file your own Self Assessment Return?
Imagine how much extra, productive, work you can accomplish if you stopped wasting that valuable time each week?
Imagine the joy of finding an extra hour each day – you could play more with your children, play more sport, go out for a meal, fit in an extra customer visit each day, actually get around to writing that book you have always felt was within you, write more articles for your website, spend more time on your marketing effort to gain much better results…
You can find this extra time just by removing bookkeeping from your daily tasks. Instead, base your business decisions on up to date, accurate information. Dazzle your bank manage by giving him monthly reports. No longer be involved with any aspect of VAT or wages – have it all dealt with for you by your allocated, professional, fully qualified bookkeeper.
If you would like to save up to 20% of your time that you currently spend on bookkeeping, please ring me today on 0800 047 0731 and I will get things set up straight away.
p.s. between now and Christmas, you could free up some 63 hours that you may have spent unproductively on your bookkeeping – would that be of interest to you?