Virtual Bookkeeping


Virtual bookkeeping is no different than regular bookkeeping. Only difference is that our bookkeepers access your bookkeeping software remotely or “virtually” over the Internet. The bookkeeper providing such services is referred to as a virtual bookkeeper.
We know you need access to your virtual accounting information at any time, day or night, and even when you’re on the road. With, you always have access to our services so you are able to manage your bookkeeping services from anywhere. Whenever you want to access your QuickBooks file, your financial dashboard or file room, it is all at your fingertips.
Once we set up your QuickBooks file, we complete any required back work and special projects as well as complete the first closing process. Then your assigned team member sets up a shortcut on your computer desktop that gives you quick access to the server. This shortcut allows you to log in to your QuickBooks file to print checks, send payments via QuickBooks Bill Pay service or view transactions and reports.
To ensure your critical financial information remains secure, it is password protected so that only you and authorized employees have access. Because we provide you with secure online storage of your financial information, you are able to share, collaborate and synchronize files and folders across desktop computers and mobile devices.
Accessing your important financial files through the Dropbox or Google Drive secure servers is safe and convenient. Authorized users get 24/7/365 access to data through any computer or mobile device using the latest Web browser for secure access.


A virtual bookkeeper can provide all of the same accounting services that would normally be provided by an in-house or one site bookkeeper. There is almost no difference in terms of the level and range of services that can be provided by an online accountants, and in fact, there are many advantages to switching to virtual bookkeeping services such as efficiency and cost-effectiveness. A virtual bookkeeper can provide all of the bookkeeping services that a small business might need, and they can do it quicker than most standard bookkeeping services. Some of these virtual bookkeeping services include typical business bookkeeping requirements such as:
  • Bank Reconciliations
  • Accounts Payable
  • Accounts Receivable
  • Sales Tax Filings and Payments
  • Payroll Services
  • Bookkeeping Reports
A virtual bookkeeper can provide any of these bookkeeping services, as well as any other bookkeeping needs that may arise for your small business. A virtual bookkeeper can be easily contacted at any time by email or phone in order to assist your company’s bookkeeping requirements as they arise. They are also able to provide detailed reports on all of your business’s bookkeeping activities so that it is easy for you to keep track of all the important bookkeeping details of your business. This allows business owners to stay on top of their bookkeeping records without getting slowed down by all of the extra paperwork or burdened by the additional administrative costs of bookkeeping services.

What Are The Benefits Of A Virtual Bookkeeper?

There are many benefits to using a virtual bookkeeper instead of a standard on-site bookkeeper, and switching the type of service that a small business uses a smart and economical choice that can help their company grow. Virtual bookkeepers are extremely effective in their work, and their ability to complete any standard bookkeeping services quickly and efficiently are something that aids business owners directly. The more capacity that a bookkeeper has to deliver quality and accurate virtual bookkeeping services, the more benefits there are to a business owner. Anytime there are improvements to the proficiency and competence of any function of business, then the business as a whole improves. This gives business owners more time to focus on the core functions of their company without anything to worry about when it comes to the administrative components of running their company.
Although it is a necessary and important function of a business, bookkeeping is not always the part of the job that a business owner has a lot of time to dedicate to completing it. There are many vital functions that are necessary for running a successful company, and switching to a virtual bookkeeper can give a business owner much more time to focus on the tasks that are more directly related to the actual product or service that their company provides. This is a major benefit for business owners as they still get the bookkeeping services that they need to support them with accounting online help, but they are not subject to high costs. They also have the flexibility to get the bookkeeping services that they need and exactly when they need it

Save Costs with A Virtual Bookkeeper from Aspire Bookkeeping Services has some of the lowest bookkeeping rates available for any small business in all of the United States and Canada. We are able to provide such low bookkeeping rates because of our effective team and the benefits of outsourcing workers.  Business owners can take advantage of our low costs and start to save money immediately by switching to virtual bookkeeping services. Our Virtual bookkeeping is extremely affordable, but we still retain all of the data security, accuracy and reliability in our work that is normally provided by an on-site bookkeeper. More importantly it’s reasonable than keeping a bookkeeper in-house within your company and offer benefits.

Virtual bookkeeping is considerably more affordable than having a bookkeeper on staff. Our hourly rates are below even the normal minimum wage to maintain a bookkeeper as part of your company’s staff. Our rates are also considerably lower than the standard cost for an outsourced bookkeeper.  In addition to the lower rates of pay, a business saves money on office space, health benefits, vacation time, sick time, and other costs associated with holding a bookkeeper on staff with your company. These costs can be avoided by switching to virtual bookkeeping services, which gives business owners more capital to spend on growing their business, and more flexibility when it comes to choosing how they spend their money.