Where are you coming up short?
Do you spend countless hours trying to make sense of your spreadsheets and receipts, or just avoid it altogether?
Are financial errors costing you extra money? Can you admit that number crunching is your weakness?
Are you worried about leaving money on the table? Are you uncertain what qualifies as a church expense?
Finances don’t have to be overwhelming.
Money is complicated, especially in today’s world. Rules change, regulations shift, and keeping up becomes a full-time job. Not to mention all of the work required to track expenses, accounts payable, donations, and any other financial transaction in your organization. Money makes things happen, but managing it isn’t easy. Especially when you don’t have a strong bookkeeper internally to manage it for you.
At BELAY, we believe you deserve top-notch financial experts to support your organization. That’s why our Bookkeepers ensure everything is correct, updated, and understandable – and we have the right people ready to help. Talk to our team today, and never lose sleep over a budget spreadsheet again.
How can a Bookkeeper help?
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All financials are done on your cloud-based software. As for your church management software – we work alongside all of the leading systems.
We are a full-service bookkeeping solution providing accounts payable, payroll, bank reconciliation and financial reporting for businesses, churches, and nonprofits. Regardless of where the company is located, we only deal with US currency.
If you are signed up with our payroll service, we file your payroll taxes. Your CPA should do all other tax filings.
BELAY understands how important it is to protect you and your sensitive financial information. We have processes in place to properly vet each bookkeeper including conducting background checks and talking with their references to be sure we are placing a trustworthy bookkeeper with your organization. We have internal checks for compliance ensuring everything remains above board.
No, we offer a full bookkeeping solution.
You and your bookkeeper will discuss the reporting cadence you need and ensure everything arrives on time.
Yes, your bookkeeper will ensure that your credit card is reconciled each month and expenses are assigned a budget line item.
We get it. Handing over the decision on who will work with you is a tough one. But what we also know after helping people just like you is that you don’t have time to devote to screening and setting up interviews. We have a proven system to match you to someone equipped to handle everything you need accomplished.
Of course! We want your bookkeeper to be an engaged member of your team!
No, we are bookkeepers. Audits are performed by a CPA with that specialization.
No, you will need a CPA to provide you tax recommendations and complete all filings for state and federal needs.
No, that will need to be handled by one of the board members or a local CPA.
No, they are focused on the transactional side of your needs. That is best supported by an admin type of person. They can certainly provide the reports needed to show you what you spend with a particular vendor but they will not help you shop vendors.
No, we only offer a full-service solution and flat rate pricing.
You’re right – it happens! We know it’s a possibility that you’ll get to the place in your business where you want to expand your W-2 team, and we love nothing more than knowing we helped you find your first (or second or fifth) hire. Talk to your Solutions Consultant about the details.
The short answer is it comes down to their day to day tasks. A Bookkeeper is more focused on the on-going basis of your financials with reporting, reconciling, paying bills, and monitoring your budgets and financial goals.
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