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Have Geelong accountants and bookkeepers under the one roof!

So, you’re a Geelong small business, and your time is precious.

Yet you get snowed under running around between your bookkeeper, your accountant, BAS, payroll, the bank, the tax department, emails, phone calls, letters…. and you can’t even see whether you are making any money after all!

“Aaarrrrggg! This isn’t how I wanted to spend my time! I’ve got a business to run!”

Time is precious, and we have the solution.

Rather than making three separate appointments for your bookkeeper, accountant and business advisor, make just the one for a fully integrated service.

Unlike many accountants, Next Level Accountants has in-house bookkeepers. This allows our ‘always-up-to-date’ system to keep all books reconciled consistently.

Having your bookkeeper and accountant under the one roof will save you time by removing unnecessary appointments and correspondence.

Successful, tried and measured benefits include:

ants regarding complex transactions as they happen
-          Tax adjustments are made regularly rather than at the year’s end
-          Bookkeepers are also trained in tax and accounting therefore have additional knowledge that can benefit your financials
-          Tax planning can be done efficiently as the file is in the one place
-          If you are going for a loan, we can provide up to date financial statements usually on the same working day because everything is ‘always-up-to-date’.

Next Level Accountants Geelong can take things to the ‘next level’ with our VCFO service. On top of a second-to-none bookkeeping and accounting service, we also provide a high level of financial analysis and advice – without the need for an external Business Advisor. Identify issues and possible improvements with only a single monthly meeting!

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This process simplifies your whole business, allowing you to do what you’re trained to do rather than worrying about all the figures and stats.


If you would like to know more about our Always-Up-To-Date and Virtual Chief Financial Officer services, then chat with one of our friendly team members on 03 9040 1520 or go to our website.

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