Easily manage your Bookkeeping
Simplifying your accounting process
Rs. 6,499 Yearly onwards
SAVE 30% COST!!!
Accounting / Bookkeeping services
Bookkeeping services are necessary for all businesses to ensure accurate operational / financial information. Such information is required by Management, Regulators, and Investors. Also, it is a legal requirement for any business to maintain an appropriate book of accounts to ensure that all relevant taxes are paid and tax filings are made on time.
Bookkeeping is the process of recording financial transactions of a business in an accounting system and the creation of reports. However, many small businesses do not have complete accounting departments and require external bookkeeping services. LegalRaasta can provide your business with bookkeeping services through a network of Business Experts and Chartered Accountants across India.
Accountants may handle more advanced tasks like tax preparation, budget analysis, and investment development. Both Accountants and bookkeepers frequently use advanced financial software to record and track their information.
Advantages of Bookkeeping
- Time Effective
- Higher Profits
- Reduced Tax Liabilities
- Peace of Mind
What is included in our Package.
Procedure for Bookkeeping Services
What is Bookkeeping?
Bookkeeping is a systematic record of financial transactions in the appropriate books of records. What it means is, whether you make a sale or purchase something, a record will be maintained of the transaction. This record will allow you to easily keep a track of all your transactions and will help you analyse how you can cut costs and reduce taxes. Bookkeeping is a function of the accounts department of a business. However, many small businesses do not have fully staffed and efficient accounting departments and require the help of external bookkeeping services. LegalRaasta can help your business maintain its books through its network of CA/CSs and tax experts.
Why should you Maintain Books of Accounts?
- It is a Statutory Requirement for all businesses except for Sole Proprietorship.
- Helps you review your performance and take steps to improve.
- Maintaining books of accounts helps you when you need funding from investors.