Bookkeeping Services


We often get asked what is bookkeeping compared to accounting and is there a difference?

Bookkeeping is at the base of accounting, and accounting uses the information provided by bookkeeping to prepare financial reports and statements. Bookkeeping is one part of the accounting system. Accounting starts where Bookkeeping ends and has a broader scope than Bookkeeping. Bookkeeping and accounting are essential parts of managing your finances. A bookkeeper focuses on recording and organising financial data. An accountant interprets and presents that data to business owners and investors. So, in summary, bookkeeping is the precursor to accounting.


List of our bookkeeping services

Accounts Payable (Creditors)

  • Enter invoices in the accounting package
  • Prepare payment batches for the client to upload to the bank
  • Reconcile supplier statements
  • Request copies of missing invoices from Suppliers
  • Handle general account queries directly with Suppliers

Accounts Receivable (Debtors)

  • Raise invoices & email to Customers
  • Receipt Customer payments
  • Prepare and send Customer statements
  • Follow up overdue payments
  • Handle general account queries directly with the Customers

Bank Reconciliations

  • Reconcile Bank Statements (suggest weekly or monthly)

Activity Statements

  • Prepare & lodge IAS and BAS, including checking & correcting GST coding on transactions


  • Process payroll
  • Prepare payment batches for the client to upload to the bank
  • Lodge STP with ATO
  • Manage Superannuation calculations and payments
  • Annual STP Finalisation
  • Annual Return to Work SA or other for other States (Workcover) reconciliation
  • Annual Payroll Tax reconciliation


  • Prepare monthly Management Report (plus weekly, if required), including reconciling wages and Balance Sheet accounts for accuracy.
  • Annual Financial Statements

Other services

  • Prepare & lodge annual TPAR with ATO
  • Provide ad-hoc advice as required and procedures for any of the previous processes.
  • Prepare and lodge Tax Returns
  • Register as ASIC Agent & manage annual Company Review
  • Manage Asset register
  • General administration as required
  • Prepare Budgets and Cashflow statements
  • Communicate with ATO as required

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