Our Book Keeping Services

Book-keeping is the process of tracking financial transactions and accounts to provide information about a business’s finances. This information can be used to manage a business, monitor financial performance, and make decisions about future investments. Several types of bookkeeping practices exist including single-entry and double-entry bookkeeping. Single-entry bookkeeping involves recording every transaction into the business’s financial records only once. The double-entry bookkeeping method uses two ledgers that record each transaction in both debit and credit columns. Using the double-entry method helps you to ensure that everything is included in the records without missing anything important. In a business, keeping track of your cash flow can be time-consuming and complicated. Fortunately, there are several tools/services available that simplify the process and help you stay on top of your finances.

The main responsibility for bookkeeping arrangements is assumed by MA Tech Solutions BPO, who will help you to maintain your records.

Book keeping - Accounting Cycle

Accounting Cycle

An accounting cycle is a logical sequence of events that occurs when an organization records its financial transactions. The accounting cycle starts with the receipt transactions and ends with the preparation of financial statements. The accounting cycle begins with the processing of daily financial transactions, such as the payment of bills or the recording of sales and purchases of goods and services. Following the collection of information pertaining to day-to-day business activities, the organization's accountants consolidate all transactional data into a series of financial reports called the "general ledger The general ledger is a collection of data that includes a record of every transaction that occurred over a given god of time After compiling the general ledger, the accountants prepare a set of financial statements to present to management and the board of directors.Trade financial statements include both the income statement, which shows the organization's revenue or loss for a specific period and the balance sheet, which shows the organization's assets and liabilities for a specific period. The final step in the accounting cycle is the presentation of the financial statements to the board of directors and review and approval. The approved financial statements are then used for decision-making and planning purposes within the organization.

Step 1 - identify the company or individual being tracked by the accounts you create. An individual might be a person or a business. A business could be a sole proprietorship, partnership, corporation, or trust

Step 2 - Determine the type of account to create
For example: A. cash B. accounts receivable/payable, C. General ledger accounts, D. Credit card accounts; E. Deferred revenue, F. Bank reconciliations

Step 3 - Daily transactions should be entered as soon as possible after they occur. However, to avoid creating too many accounting entries, you should wait for units the transactions are complete before making a journal entry

Step 4 - Reconcile accounts


The accounts and bank reconciliation process is a fundamental part of any business. It's important to ensure that all transactions are recorded and accounted for, so that accurate financial reports can be produced. The reconciliation process involves comparing the financial records from a particular period with those of the same period in previous years. This ensures that any missing transactions can be identified and corrected. There are a number of ways to reconcile the accounts that your business uses on a day-to-day basis.


Audits are an important part of any organization's risk management process. They help identify potential problems and weaknesses so that they can be corrected before they cause serious harm. Some auditors specialize in a specific type of audit, such as internal audits or external audits. Internal audits are performed by the organization itself, and external audits are performed by outside experts. An internal audit examines the organization's operations in order to evaluate compliance with policies, procedures, and other standards. An external audit is carried out by an organization's independent auditor, which is hired to conduct an independent assessment of the organization's financial statements. External audits can be conducted at a variety of levels - including statutory audits, management audits, and compliance audits are performed to ensure that companies are complying with relevant regulations or agreements. only carry out one type of audit or the other. Companies usually choose to carry out both internal and external audits on a regular basis, as part of their overall risk management strategy! However, some companies. MA-Tech Solutions BPO thinks that it will be an essential part of book-keeping in order to help your organization.

Financial Statements

Financial statements are a report that shows an organization's financial position at a specific point in time. Financial statements are made up of three main parts: the income statement, the balance sheet, and the cash flow statement. These three reports tell you a lot about a company and are an important part of evaluating your company's performance. Companies use financial statements to determine how much profit they're making and how well they are managing their money.

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