Maree is a qualified BAS agent and Tax agent facilitator, with over 20 years’ experience as a bookkeeper, she has worked both in the corporate world as well as being in business herself for many years.
She has restructured and remodelled her business to incorporate financial and secretarial tasks as well. So I suppose if you look at it, Maree is expanding her tasks to those who need help in the virtual world.
That doesn’t mean Maree will stop doing bookkeeping, but she felt the need to expand her skillset to other areas as businesses need help with expense reports, researching, data entry, drafting letters, updating policy and procedure manuals for example.
With the way the virtual world is changing, many small businesses are outsourcing many more tasks then they ever used too.
Accounts Management/Accounts Receivable
- Invoicing, and basic debt collection cost is $70 a month up to 15 invoices.
- Extra invoices are charged at $3 per invoice
- Processing supplier payments for you. Cost is $70 a month for up to 15 suppliers.
- Extra supplier payments are charged at $5 per invoice.
Preparing financial reports
- Profit and loss, graphs to compare sales from one quarter to the next, or one year to another.
- This is $200 a month per report and included will be dot point on trends and analysis.
- 1-5 employees = $110/month
- 5-10 employees = $150/month
- 10+ employees = $220/month
- Includes payroll processing, superannuation calculation and lodgement, preparation of end-of-year payment summaries and electronic reporting with the ATO
- Drafting/Typing letters
- Typing of Policy and procedure Manuals
- Mail outs
- Data entry of information into Excel
- Document formatting
- Proof reading
- Event management
- Organising and booking of travel arrangements
Secretarial services can be purchased in minimum of 2 hour blocks for $120, or take advantage of our bulk hour options below.
So there you have it, the breakdown of tasks and costs for both financial administration and Secretarial / VA Assistance.
Contact Maree Punzet today, you won’t be disappointed.