Keep Personal & Business Secrets Separate. Make Your Bookkeeping Simple.
Updated: Nov 11, 2019
Hi, I’m Haley Bonczyk, owner of Thrive Bookkeeping, and today I want to give you a helpful tip when it comes to taking care of your business’s finances.
So here it is, and it’s very simple but many business owners do not do this. Keep business and personal expenses separate.
Mixing personal and business expenses can cause many problems and it is certainly not worth the risk of messing up your company’s books.
Having clean, clear bookkeeping for your company is invaluable, especially in the case of an audit, but from a more day-to-day view, you need to have accurate data to know what is going on in your business. Otherwise, how will you make smart business decisions?
Fixing the books when a business owner has mixed expenses can be expensive and time-consuming. If you have done this or are currently doing this, find a great bookkeeper to take care of you!
Here at Thrive Bookkeeping, we provide historical cleanup services at competitive rates to get your business back on track. From there, we also provide day-to-day support to maintain accurate books and most importantly, we take the time to educate our clients on best business practices so that you are safe in the future.
We understand that bookkeeping can be a time-consuming and daunting task. Let us help lighten the load, giving you peace of mind.