Bunbury Bookkeeping Service - Bunbury WA 

BOOKKEEPERS BUNBURY PRICING

3 Different Takes on Bookkeeping Pricing

We don't believe in a cookie cutter approach when it comes to pricing. Our clients are unique, and so are their bookkeeping needs. We tailor a weekly or monthly package with defined bookkeeping services and agree upfront, you'll never get an unexpected bill from Bookkeepers Bunbury.

Steve Does His Own Books

Nikki Hired A Family Friend

Brad Hired A Professional

The Real Cost for Steve

The Real Cost for Nikki

The Real Cost for Brad

Steve Does His Own Books

Steve’s accountant quoted him bookkeeping, but it would have tripled the cost of his annual bill!
Steve has been using MYOB since he started running his own business, which was 6 years ago.
He has never upgraded his accounting software.
He found that entering the bank transactions every month wasn’t too hard, although it wasn’t something he looked forward to every week.
His accountant often tells him that he should upgrade, but he doesn’t really get what he’s missing out on.
Steve has never looked through his profit & loss or cash flow reports, what could they tell him that he doesn’t already know?
Why is he paying so much tax??

The Real Cost For Steve

Steve is a small operation, and his work output directly impacts his bank balance.
Every minute he spends doing his bookkeeping, his competitors are out quoting jobs and managing their business.
If he cut out bookkeeping, he could spend more time on what he is good at, and the rest with his family.
Steve is beginning to realise that outsourcing his bookkeeping will actually be cheaper than doing it himself!

Nikki Hired A Family Friend

Nikki thinks bookkeeping isn’t a crucial part of a business, and doesn’t believe it’s worth it.
When she first went into business, a family friend offered to handle her bookkeeping.
She doesn’t hear from her bookkeeper very often, and isn’t really sure if she’s qualified or an expert.
Nikki searches for answers to her business questions on her iPad, while waiting for meetings to start.
She gets a report emailed to her quarterly with her BAS but it looks like a generic print out, and isn’t really sure what to actually look at.
At tax time, Nikki is nervous and doesn’t answer her accountants emails.
Last BAS payment, she actually closed her eyes while paying.

The Real Cost For Nikki

Nikki doesn’t actually have a qualified bookkeeper, and they aren’t a BAS agent!
Nikki’s accountant knows this situation all too well, and they try to help but neither of them have the time to meet monthly.
It’s strained their family friend relationship, and Nikki wishes she could move bookkeepers and go back to just being friends.
While Nikki has taught herself to read a cash flow report, she wishes there was someone to bounce ideas off!

Brad Hired A Professional

Brad has a bookkeeper since last year, who is a BAS Agent and they agreed on a price upfront.
Brad spends his free time with his family instead of doing his books on the weekend.
He gets a report back emailed to him monthly, and there’s always hand-written notes about his profitability.
In the last meeting with his accountant and bookkeeper, they decided on a revised budget due to changing market conditions. Brad is confident he is in the right hands.
Brad has found that once he understood what was happening in his accounts, he’s actually much more comfortable discussing them.
He’s always aware of what his BAS payments are made up of.

The Real Cost For Brad

Brad is fully aware of what’s happening in his business, but hasn’t touched his accounting software the whole financial year.
He loves the game of trying to beat the budget his bookkeeper discussed with him. Last month they actually increased the sales target because he’s been able to spend time quoting jobs instead of worrying about cash flow.
His accountant loves Brad now – he’s on top of his accounts every quarter, and now their discussions are about business growth, not taxes.
Kris - The Contractor

2 Business Bank Accounts
No Other Employees
Monthly Profit & Loss Discussions
Quarterly BAS Lodgments
Price: $150 Per Month
Elle - The Takeaway Cafe Owner
3 Business Bank Accounts
5 Staff
Fortnightly Payroll
Monthly Profit & Loss Discussions
Quarterly BAS Lodgments
Quarterly Superannuation
Quarterly Cash Budgeting
Price: $320 Per Month
Mark - The Well-Established Firm
Bills Clients through Xero
Tracks Expenses with Hubdoc
Multiple Business Bank Accounts
10 Employees including timesheets
Fortnightly Payroll
Monthly Cash Flow Reports
Monthly Superannuation
Payroll Tax Reconciliations
Price: $550 Per Month
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