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This bookkeeping contract establishes a legal agreement between a provider of bookkeeping services and a client.


  • Hiring a bookkeeper for your business
  • Hiring a book keeper for a temporarily for a financial project.


If you own a business or just need help organizing your personal finances, you may want to consider hiring a bookkeeper. Whenever you hire a person to work with your finances, however, you must ensure that everyone is on the same page when it comes to expectations and conditions for the job. Whether you are hiring a bookkeeper for your business or to just help you get your accounts in order, you can use this step-by-step form to create a bookkeeping contract that fits your needs.

Bookkeepers can help you with the tasks that often come with running a business. Bookkeepers can help you create and track invoices, manage accounts payable and accounts receivable, and make sure that everything is in line when tax season rolls around. If you have employees, bookkeepers can do payroll and help maintain documentation of unemployment taxes and similar expenses.

Bookkeepers can also be helpful as a temporary hire. Keeping good track of your finances is very important, and a professional can sometimes help you set up your accounts in a simpler and more efficient manner.

Bookkeepers can be very helpful in tracking and organizing all of the finances going through your personal or business accounts. These professionals can help you get organized and manage your business or personal finances more efficiently. However, it is critical to make sure that any agreement for bookkeeping services is clear and accurate. If you are considering hiring a bookkeeper, use this interactive form to create a customized agreement that will create the framework for a successful professional relationship.

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