Accounts Receivable Bookkeeping

Setting up your Toronto business also means having to set up your bookkeeping system, although the easiest way to do this is by putting this task into the hands of a Toronto bookkeeper.
 

There are many segments to bookkeeping and the information contained in each of the categories plays an important role in your business. One of the categories that are often perused the most is the accounts receivable bookkeeping records.

 

Everyone no matter how long they have been in business keeps a keen eye on their accounts receivable. This is the money that is owed to their company. It is the proof of all their hard work and paints a good picture of how well the business is doing at generating money. It is not the end profit indicator, but it is a source for determining how the Company is doing at producing a viable money maker.

 

With this being such an important information provider naturally the accounts receivable records must be accurate. In order to ensure this is so it really takes a professional bookkeeper to track the receivable and enter them into an accounts receivable ledger. It is also an additional source of information for the billing department in some cases.

 

Your accounts receivables are an asset that your company owns because it is money owed to it. When it comes time for your Toronto accountant to prepare your taxes the information provided from the accounts receivable ledger is going to be very important to him in declaring the amount of money the business made.

 

When you are first starting out in business it can be relatively easy to remember who owes your company money for services or products, but as it grows quickly you will soon lose track of this without the proper record keeping. You may check at the end of each day by going through your purchase orders how much in gross sales you made that day, but to get a true picture of how your company is doing you really need to track the accounts receivable data on a weekly or monthly basis.

 

Hopefully your business will grow quickly and having your Toronto bookkeeping services already lined up and ready to look after this portion of your business will help relieve some of the business responsibilities for you.

 

Contact

Sam Seidman, CPA, CA, LPA
629 Sheppard Avenue West
Toronto, Ontario
M3H 2S3

Telephone: (416) 398-1700
Fax: (416) 398-6226

Chartered Professional Accountant, Chartered Accountant, Licensed Public Accountant

Email: sam@torontoaccountant.ca

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