Most small business owners don't have backgrounds in bookkeeping. They need the expertise only a skilled and qualified bookkeeper can provide. That’s where you come in.
Not only is a starting a bookkeeping business a great home-based business, but here’s why it's the ideal one to start part-time:
1. Starting part-time working about 20 hours per week is a good way to start your bookkeeping practice and never risk your current full-time income. Unlike many business opportunities today, taking the step to a full time bookkeeping business is usually a smooth transition. First build your up business, then decide if you want to make the leap to full-time.
2. Every day bookkeepers sell their precious skills to their boss for a paltry $12-$15 per hour when they could earn top dollar running their own bookkeeping business. As a small business bookkeeping expert, you'll charge $30 to $60 per hour and be confident you provide more value than an accountant.
3. With very little marketing effort, you can expect to find one or two clients per month who will welcome your services and happily pay for the expertise that you provide to their businesses. For example, a one-man contracting business would be happy to find someone to keep his books for him. He just drops off his receipts and invoices and you take care of them.
You provide a valuable service because without proper bookkeeping, business owners can’t keep up on their invoicing, collecting of Accounts Receivable, tracking expenses, and government reporting.
Part-time or full-time, starting a bookkeeping business is an ideal way to earn a comfortable living.
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