Bookkeeping/Accounting Tasks and Employee New Hire Packet
Keeping track of bookkeeping/accounting tasks and the information that is required when you hire a new employee can be pretty overwhelming for a business owner or bookkeeper. In the normal rush of day-to-day activities; sometimes important items can get overlooked and come back to bite you later.
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Bookkeeping & Accounting Tasks
We’ve compiled a list of daily, weekly, monthly, quarterly, and annual bookkeeping and accounting tasks to help you stay on track – this is also a handy checklist to provide to a new bookkeeper.
This list is geared for contractors and include items such as certified payroll reports, AIA billing draws, Worker’s Comp, and General Liability Insurance tracking reminders.
Excel format, so you can easily add other items and customize it to meet the needs of your business.
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Download your free copy of our Bookkeeping and Accounting Tasks checklist here.
Employee New Hire Packet
What should a “New Hire Packet” contain? Federal W-4, State W-4, and Form I-9 at a minimum – but that really isn’t enough information to keep on file. You, as well as your bookkeeper needs to have more information about a new employee than what is available on these forms. Utilize our New Hire Checklist” to provide your bookkeeper with additional information about the employee.
Word format, so you can easily add additional information and customize it to suit the needs of your business.
Download your free copy of our Employee New Hire Packet by clicking here.
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